Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie arrested by Egyptian security forces. The security forces in the Egyptian capital Cairo have arrested a high-ranking leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in the district of Nasr City in the northeast of Cairo. The Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie was arrested by the Egyptian security forces in Nasr City, Cairo.
The internal political crisis in Egypt is a reflection of the schism in Egyptian society. On 14 August, Egypt’s political forces and army special forces, in accordance with an order given by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Prosecutor General, cleared protest camps and barricades in Cairo in front of the mosque on Rabaa al-Adawiya square, Nahda square in [Continue reading…]
Syria: Protests against Terrorists in Raqqah (Ar-Raqqah). The Syrian civilians in the northern city of Ar-Raqqah (Arabic: الرقة) carried out several protests against the dangerous occupation of the Syrian provincial capital Raqqah by the foreign-supported terrorist forces in the area. Ar-Raqqah is located in northern Syria, about 160 kilometres in the north of the strategically important Syrian city of Aleppo [Continue reading…]
Tunis: Ten of thousands demand the fall of the Islamist government. In the Tunisian capital Tunis, tens of thousands of civilian protesters took to the streets in order to protest against the transitional Islamist government of the North African country yesterday. This was the certainly largest civilian protest against the current Islamist government of Tunisia since the targeted assassination of [Continue reading…]
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…]
According to the new statement from the Tunisian Interior Minister, a Salafist was behind the targeted assassination of the prominent and secular leader of the opposition party in Tunis, Mohamed Brahmi. Mohamed al-Brahmi was shot dead by alleged (now) two gunmen with 11 bullets from close range in front of his house in Tunis, while his family has witnessed the [Continue reading…]
The gunmen who have targeted assassinated the Tunisian head of the Democratic Patriots Party Shukri Balaid in February and now the prominent and secular Tunisian opposition leader and member of the parliament of the country, Mohamed al-Brahmi, have used the same weapons for both killings of the prominent Tunisian politicians this year.
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…]