Tag: EGYPT

Is Gaza’s Survival Being Exploited?

Why have Arab nations that historically betrayed Gaza now shown wild interest in administering the besieged strip?

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Irish Muslim Ibrahim Halawa aquitted after four years in Egyptian dungeon

Irish Muslim Ibrahim Halawa imprisoned in Egypt for four years has been acquitted of all charges and is likely to return back to his family by this weekend according to reports, inshāAllāh...

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Anniversary: When Democracy Died in Egypt

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the military coup d’état against Egypt’s first and last democratically-elected president in modern times, President Mohamed Morsi...

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Sisi: “Boycott should include Turkey”

Self-imposed president of Egypt says the Gulf boycott against Qatar should expand and include Turkey to intensify pressure against Doha...

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What is Saudi’s Problem with Qatar?

Following Saudi Arabia and six other countries (Bahrain, Egypt, the Maldives, the United Arab Emirates, Libya and Yemen) severing diplomatic ties with Qatar, Saudi Arabia has issued 10 demands they expect Qatar to comply with. According to Aljazeera journalist Faisal Edroos these demands are as follows: 1 - Immediate severance

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Egypt’s Coup Regime Wages war on its Neighbours after meeting Trump

After waging war on its own citizens, coup regime authorities have unleashed their air force on numerous targets in Libya in what they claimed are the ‘training camps’ of the bus convoy attackers that killed at least 29 Coptic Christians in Minya province. The Libyan cities of Hun and Derna

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Egyptians Attack Sisi’s Coup Regime Over “Economy in Free-fall”

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Egypt's self-imposed president has attracted trending mockery over a televised address in which he criticised the poorest in Egypt for complaining about the rising costs of services. During a presentation by Minister of Transport and Communications Hisham Arafat, Sisi repeatedly interjected before complaining: "the citizen that complains

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Ramadan Restricted in Egypt by Coupe Regime

Whilst over a billion Muslims the world over prepare for the month of Ramadān, Egypt's coup regime has come under heavy criticism for issuing unprecedented bans on certain acts of worship in the holy month...

War on Terror 2.0 to be “Global War on Islam”

Reality shows are supposed to convey a sense of reality using “real-life” people. The “reality” is, however, that the shows are as real as the statements coming forth from the mouths of politicians. This is the case in a post-modern age when lying has become an unquestioned furniture of an increasingly dire political landscape. As the flurry of well-orchestrated distraction events unfold

The Pain of Invasion, Relief and the Way to Victory

Marking its 68th anniversary, very few remain to tell their story of the Nakbah, or the Palestinian Catastrophe, of 1948. One that culminated in the violent extermination and mass expulsion of millions of Palestinians from their homes to be replaced by a migrant people, prompted by a political movement, branded