Egyptian Aak. Week40

 Main headlines







  • President urges Egyptians to take to the streets Sunday, on the anniversary of the 1973 war 1973 war
  • Egypt’s interior ministry warns against ‘spoiling’ Armed Forces Day celebrations
  • Egyptian authorities release two Canadians detained at August protests.
  • Sinai-based journalist released on bail released on bail
  • Brotherhood’s FJP spokesman arrested
  • Salafi al-Nour party will not participate in upcoming demonstrations


  • 51 dead in clashes on Egypt’s war anniversary
  • Ex-presidential hopeful Bothiana Kamel attacked by ‘Morsi supporters’
  • Moody’s maintains negative outlook for Egypt
  • Egyptian politics overshadows the Hajj
  • 21 Morsi supporters arrested for attempting to stage protest in Rabaa
  • Egypt’s army chief army chief says will continue protecting people’s mandate
  • Kafr El-Sheikh Governor signs petition urging Sisi to run for president

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 An Eye on Egypt’s amended constitution: Committees and Bylaws

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 Finally, here are Jayson Casper’s prayers for Egypt

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4 Responses to Egyptian Aak. Week40

  1. New paths says:

    Always wanted to go to Egypt on holiday and see the ancient artifacts and the pyramids.
    Sharn’t be going any time soon.


  2. Heya! I understand this is somewhat off-topic but I needed to ask.
    Does managing a well-established website like yours require a
    massive amount work? I am brand new to writing a blog
    however I do write in my journal daily. I’d like to start a blog so I will be able to share my own experience and feelings online. Please let me know if you have any ideas or tips for new aspiring bloggers. Thankyou!


    • nervana111 says:


      Yes indeed, it is dedication and regular following of the news, and other analysis. My advice is to build a community on social media like FB, and Twitter. This will help you spread the words about your blog.
      All the best 🙂


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