Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Egypt’s ‘Accidental Revolutionary’ Wants to Overthrow Sisi Within 2 Months
Former defense contractor Mohamed Ali almost toppled the Egyptian government by posting viral videos about corruption. Now, he has a plan to finish the job.
Sisi Is Already Trying to Crush Those Anti-Government Protests in Egypt
The latest wave of protests can be linked back to ex-army contractor Mohamed Ali, who has alleged corruption at the highest levels of the Egyptian government and military.
Egypt's Journalists Have Launched a Fightback Against Government Repression
The arrest of two journalists has prompted an anti-government backlash amongst Egyptian press, in perhaps the most striking of a number of recent challenges to President Sisi's hold on power.
Medical Workers Violate Egyptian Protest Ban After Police Brutally Beat Doctors
A month after two Egyptian doctors were beaten by police officers, the country's powerful Doctors' Syndicate is making a public push for police accountability.
European Companies Sold Spy Tech to a Secret Egyptian Intelligence Unit Amid Brutal Repression
Little is known about the so-called Technical Research Department, a shadowy Egyptian intelligence unit reporting directly to the president. But we do know European companies did business with it.