Egypt Under Sisi
Egyptians Keep Sharing These Videos About Government Corruption and There's Nothing Sisi Can Do About It
Millions of Egyptians are enthralled by daily videos uploaded by a former military contractor who accuses President Sisi of large-scale corruption.
“It could be the beginning of a social media movement.”
“Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are not yet blocked in Egypt, but it looks like the government is heading in that direction.”
A retired top general named Sami Anan, seen as the last remaining real threat to Egyptian President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi, was dragged out of his car in the street by armed men at about 11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Egyptian judges have been prone to extreme and barely explicable decisions, including throwing mass death sentences around like confetti, but when you have seen a farce happen in front of you—and that is what this trial with its guilty verdict was—it's...
Seven suspects between the ages of 15 and 49 have now been arrested for sexual assault, the Ministry of Interior said.
Three years after the revolution, the country's still in turmoil.