5 hrs ago
Egyptians rally in Cairo protesting against Morsi
Hundreds of protesters flocked Friday to central Tahrir Square in Egyptian capital of Cairo to join demonstrations condemning the rule of President Mohamed Morsi and ruling Muslim Brotherhood group.
7 hrs ago
One dead, dozens wounded in sectarian clashes in Egypt
Fri May 17, 2013
Official Wire News
Egypt security forces clash with Cairo protesters
Egyptian security forces have fired tear gas at protesters hurling firebombs at them in central Cairo, hours after hundreds of opponents of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi rallied peacefully in the streets denouncing his rule and demanding early presidential elections.
Thu May 16, 2013
Latitude: Egypt's Judges Get Blame For Failing To Push Transitional...
In 2006, I watched middle-aged members of the Muslim Brotherhood kneel and pray in the street outside Cairo's High Court in front of rows of officers from the riot police.
The [unequal] Partnership with Arab Countries in Transition
A supporter of Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak shouts slogans against Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi and members of the Muslim Brotherhood outside the police academy, where Mubarak's trial will take place, in Cairo May 11, 2013 REUTERS/Amr Abdallah When the G8 Foreign Ministers met in London last month, they reaffirmed their commitment to ... (more)
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Egypt's Black Bloc
Egypt's Black Bloc grew out of the struggle for liberation from an authoritarian system, only after non-violent civil efforts had failed.
Abbas, Morsi to advance Fatah, Hamas reconciliation
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Thursday held talks in Cairo with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on efforts to achieve unity between Fatah and Hamas and resume peace talks with Israel.
Morsi summons ministers over kidnappings
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Thursday summoned his defence and interior ministers over the kidnapping hours earlier of policemen and soldiers in the Sinai peninsula, the official MENA agency reported.
Las Cruces Sun-News
Their View: Betrayal of opposition leader shows Morsi is consolidating power
Ahmed Maher, one of the leaders of Egypt's 2011 revolution, supported Islamist Mohamed Morsi in last year's presidential election because he believed Morsi's victory over a military-backed candidate would be more likely to consolidate democracy in their country.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Egyptian Opposition: Not As Weak As Is Often Claimed
It is fashionable to claim that support for democracy in Egypt is a fool's errand, given the strength of the Muslim Brotherhood and the weakness of the opposition.
Ma'an News Agency
Abbas arrives in Cairo for talks with Mursi
President Mahmoud Abbas arrived in Cairo on Wednesday for talks with his Egyptian counterpart Muhammad Mursi, the PA ambassador to Egypt said.
The Miami Herald
Egypt judges suspend talks with president
Egypt's top judicial council has suspended talks with President Mohammed Morsi after a renewed push by Islamist lawmakers on a controversial bill that would remove thousands of senior judges.
Tue May 14, 2013
Christian teacher to be tried in Egypt for insulting Islam
Egypt's prosecutors on Tuesday referred a Christian schoolteacher to trial on charges of insulting Islam, judicial sources said.
GOSAR: Wasting American dollars on hostile countries
Not everyone in Congress agrees on the role of foreign aid. Some think it should act as charity, while others seek to use it as a tool to further our interests abroad.
The Times of Israel
Egypt follows Jordan in call to expel Israeli envoy
An Egyptian man chants anti-Israeli slogans during a Muslim Brotherhood-staged anti-Israel rally in Cairo on Friday.
Lives we lost
A look back at the influential and inspiring Jews who have died over the past year, and the legacies they left behind.
Egypt: Blogger Accused of Insulting President to Face Verdict in June
An Egyptian court set a June 3 date to issue a verdict on the case of prominent blogger and activist Ahmed Douma, who has been accused of insulting the president and disrupting public order on Monday.
Man goes undercover as a woman to investigate sexual harassment in Egypt
Waleed Hammad dressed conservatively for his secret mission into the world of sexual harassment and abuse on the streets of Cairo, donning a long tan skirt and sleeved shirt, and at times covering his head like many Egyptian women.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Washington Post
Editorial Board: Mohamed Morsi's betrayal of democracy
AHMED MAHER, one of the leaders of Egypt's 2011 revolution, supported Islamist Mohamed Morsi in last year's presidential election because he believed Mr.
Hamas, Fatah to meet in Cairo for unity talks
Abbas is scheduled to visit Cairo for talks with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi aimed at ending the Fatah-Hamas dispute.