Egypt: At least 5 people killed in Friday’s clashes. According to the recent reports about the clashes between supporters of the ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the supporters of the coup against the member of the Muslim Brotherhood and President of Egypt by the Egyptian military, at least five people have been killed in the North African country and [Continue reading…]
After around 100 people have been killed in the unrelenting wave of violent clashes between the supporters and members of the Muslim Brotherhood against the supporters of the Egyptian army, the heads of the Egyptian military have finally given a 48-hour deadline to the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood to end their protests, which only increase the violence on Egyptian streets. And [Continue reading…]
The public prosecutor in Egypt has finally ordered the arrest of several leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, among them are Mohamed Badie and further eight senior members of the Egyptian branch of this Islamist movement. The Egyptian public prosecutor issued the arrest warrant for Mohamed Badie and the other eight senior members at the top of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood [Continue reading…]
On Tuesday morning, some fierce clashes took place between Islamists and local citizens in several districts of the Egyptian capital, Cairo. According to the current available information and reports, a major incident happened in the area of the Ramses Square (railway station) of the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
The public prosecutor’s office in Egypt has begun with the investigations of complaints against the ousted President Morsi and he is accused of inciting the murder of protesters, the damaging of the Egyptian economy, and also of spying.
The Muslim Brotherhood branch in Egypt has called for further mass protests in support of the military overthrown President and member of the Muslim Brothers, Mohamed Morsi. The remaining heads of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt demanded Pro-Morsi protests in the entire North African country, while an Iranian Member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, Hojjatollah Soori, said [Continue reading…]
The totalitarian dictatorship of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have pledged together a total sum of $8 billion to Egypt after the military coup by the Egyptian army to overthrow the President Mohamed Morsi as head of the North African country.
According to the sources of the Egyptian army, several supporters of the ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and, thus, probably members of the Muslim Brotherhood, have seized two soldiers of the Egyptian military in the capital, Cairo.