"Freedom of expression is great, except the kind that makes religious people angry"
Imagine there's no religion, nothing to kill or die for
It is often the people who are optimistic enough to think they can make a difference that do make a difference.
People, wake up! This is what a democracy is, freedom of the people!
I wonder how come the same thing can have two contradictory meanings; IMF loan was said to be haram for the former government, and now it's totally acceptable for the current Islamic government.
The Muslim Brotherhood wants to dominate all of Egypt
While many people and organizations call for another revolution against the ruling of Muslim Brotherhood on August 24, fanatics are getting ready to defend their imminent religious state in Egypt by weapons to kill the revolutionists.
Morsy said in his speech yesterday about his opponents: “I won’t allow few people to hinder the procession of democracy or stability”. I need to know if 48.3% of the voters who voted for Shafik,
I have got used to hear about a Coptic man who is being attacked by Islamists, or a Coptic minor girl who is being kidnapped, etc. What’s interesting now is since the beginning of the holy month of Ramada, police refuse to arrest many of those criminals. I hope it’s not their new way to celebrate the holy month.
In Egypt , we have many security issues, power shortage, and tons of other problems. However we were waiting for the elected president to restore security and solve our problems,
Yesterday, I heard a woman who belongs to Muslim Brotherhood commenting about the Supreme Constitutional Court decision to suspend the reinstatement of the People’s Assembly. She said: If Morsi were Mubarak, they wouldn’t do that for him.
I’m pretty sure that never in his wildest dreams did he think he would live in the presidential palace. Talking about dreams, Mursy has forgotten that he is only president
Egyptian newspaper said today that ultra-conservative al-Nour party refuses to appoint a Christian Vice-President, as this will open the door before appointing people on sectarian basis. I wonder: If they really mean that, why don’t they dissolve their party as it is based on sectarian basis?
Yesterday, a congregation of the Coptic Church has visited the headquarters of FJP in Suez to congratulate them for taking the presidential office. Later, at the same day and city, a group of Islamists assassinated a Muslim young man at a bus stop as he was walking with her fiancé “alone”!
After a series of failures in the parliament, as well as drafting the new constitution and much more, Mursy has won the presidency, and MB is now in power.
No one can deny that Egypt is passing by hard times, and no one knows what the result will be from the chaos we have right now. One thing we are sure of however, is that we will be starting from the beginning again.
After Mubarak had been sentenced to life imprisonment and lost all his medals, I think everyone should learn a lesson from him especially
We are now facing a huge dilemma in choosing between a religious state lead by Musri, and a military state lead by Shafiq. After the Muslim Brotherhood promised
Almasry Alyoum newspaper has published today a statement for a martyr’s mother whose son has died in Mohammed Mahmoud incidents. She said that if a remnant of the previous regime wins
What we see now in the presidential elections can be nothing except war. Muslims wants it to be war against Liberal. Muslims
Newspapers published that Abu Ismail has asked his supporters during his sermon in a mosque to vote for him in a separate paper to avoid annulling their voices. The man doesn’t understand he is out of the presidential race yet!
Engineering students at Cairo University begin sit-in over the death of Mohamed Reda, who they say was killed by police on campus