Filmmaker Amir Ramses has confirmed that Egypt's National Security apparatus has delayed the screening of the documentary 'Jews of Egypt'.
An Egyptian group called for an online campaign Tuesday in support of greater internet freedoms, coinciding with the World Day Against Cyber Censorship.
Jama'a al-Islamiya and the Muslim Brotherhood announced that they are working to form groups known as the civilian police in cooperation with other groups.
A report has proved serious violations of protesters' civil and political rights were carried out by Egypt’s military rulers.
Controversial announcement by the prosecutor-general was welcomed by some Islamists and criticised by many liberals and leftists.
Muslim Brotherhood media spokesperson Ahmed Aref calls on revolution forces to condemn acts of vandalism and temporarily suspend demonstrations.
Protesters, angry over death of Coptic-Christian from alleged torture in Libya, tear down and burn Libyan flag, clash with Libyan nationals outside embassy.
The Grand Mufti Shawki Ibrahim said there should comprehensive national reconciliation among Egyptians to face the country’s challenges.
The Egyptian Salafist movement is plagued by internal divisions, something that will ultimately benefit the ruling Muslim Brotherhood in upcoming elections.
The fallout of last year’s death of 72 soccer fans in a politically-loaded stadium brawl has brought the need for reform of Egypt’s Mubarak-era law enforcement.