An Interview with Nawal el Saadawi, One of Egypt’s Most Badass Political Dissidents
Saadawi is the author of 56 books and has been imprisoned for her writing, which condemns how women have and continue to be treated in the Middle East. We talked religion, capitalism and the state of Egyptian politics.
Student Protests in Egypt Are Heating Up Again
A wave of violent protests and clashes between young people and police that left one demonstrator dead from a head wound.
Egypt Sentenced Three Journalists to Jail for Doing Their Job
After a farcical court case, where videos of sheep were used as evidence of a terrorist plot.
English Fascists Protested Against Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Which is, weirdly, based in a North West London flat.
Sisi Will Win the Egyptian Election
But he'll have a hard time uniting Egyptians behind him.
Will Egypt's Mass Death Sentence Provoke More Violence?
Muslim Brotherhood supporters aren't happy about 529 of their comrades being sentenced to death.
Egypt Under Sisi
Three years after the revolution, the country's still in turmoil.
How Egypt’s January 25 Revolutionaries Became Enemies of the State
The military-led government don't like any kind of dissent, even if it happened three years ago.
Why Are Journalists Being Imprisoned in Egypt?
The interim government are doing all they can to silence their critics.
Egypt Under Sisi - Trailer
On the streets of Cairo in the build-up to the revolution's third birthday.
Death and Jubilation in Egypt On the Third Birthday of Its Revolution
The fractured country continues to wage war on itself.
Life as a Muslim Brotherhood Supporter in Egypt
Pellets in the head, but he won't stop fighting for the return of Morsi as President.