A defiant Morsi told the court: “I am the president of the republic and I am here against my will.”
General Sisi is everywhere these days — including in music videos. But there’s still room for Snoop Dogg.
Essam el-Erian, a Muslim Brotherhood leader, was found hiding in an upscale neighborhood of Cairo and detained for inciting violence.
“As long as we have the internet, they can’t wipe us out.”
Egyptians woke up Thursday to the news that President Barack Obama had decided to withhold millions of dollars in aid from Egypt’s military.
The court ordered the government to seize the Brotherhood’s funds and administer its frozen assets.
Gehad el-Haddad, the Brotherhood’s main foreign media contact, was arrested with three other group members in Cairo.
The Obama administration has decided to temporarily suspend the delivery of weapons to the Egyptian military and some forms of economic aid, the Daily Beast reported.
Everything we know about the tragic events this week in Egypt, by the numbers.
It’s now the third day of conflict between Egypt’s military forces and the supporters of ousted president Morsi. On Wednesday and Thursday, more than 600 Egyptians died.
New protests erupted Thursday and the death toll surpassed 600 — with hundreds more unaccounted for — following the government’s crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi.
The former Secretary of Defense might have a different opinion now that 22 Al-Jazeera staffers in Egypt resigned over alleged “biased coverage” in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood during last week’s unrest in Cairo.
“We didn’t get rid of a military regime to replace it with a fascist theocracy.”
No place for the Muslim Brotherhood. “We are heading towards civil war.”
Armed clashes erupted Friday for several hours on the 6th October Bridge between supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo. As many as 30 people have been killed in clashes around Egypt, according to the Associated Press.
UPDATE: The AP is reporting that 30 have died nationwide, hundreds have been injured. The Muslim Brotherhood isn’t going gently. “Kill me, Kill me.”
During what was dubbed the “Friday of Rage,” when supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi took to the streets, shots were fired and at least one man was killed. WARNING: Extremely graphic images.
Egypt’s President Morsi was too “kind” to his enemies. But the movement will bide its time for the big “payback.”
The Muslim Brotherhood and the military head for showdown as clashes continue. “If the price of preserving legitimacy is my blood, I am prepared to pay for it,” President Morsi says in defiant speech.
A “silent majority” makes noise in Cairo. Morsi holds on.
“We’re being told one thing when another thing is actually happening.”
The internet dance craze just happened outside Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo.
In an interview with Time, Mohamed Morsi downplays the role of his recent decrees in the upheaval rocking Egypt.
Egypt’s Islamist president seized vast new “temporary” powers Thursday. On Twitter, the Muslim Brotherhood’s official account defended him from critics, including a Hunter College student, Abe, and a fellow at the American Task Force on Palestine, Hussein Ibish.
It’s Bachmann’s week as Islamic fundamentalism is once again a hot-button issue.
A lot has happened in Egypt over the last 18 months, culminating in the naming today of a new president. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s safe to say the White House takes issue with that.