Tag Archives: Muslim Brotherhood

This Week in Egypt: Week 24 -2021 ( June 14-20)

Top Headlines Sudan seeks UNSC resolution obliging Ethiopia to delay GERD filing until reaching ‘legal’ deal Head of Egypt’s General Intelligence Service visits Libya Libyan FM visits Cairo, hails Egypt’s role in success of Libyan dialogue, ending divisions Suez Canal … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt: Week 11-2021 (March 15-21)

Top Headlines Acclaimed Egyptian feminist Nawal Saadawi dies at age 89 Turkey asks Egyptian media to limit criticism of Egypt’s Sisi  Erdoğan says Egyptian people do not conflict with Turkey Egyptian president and Greek PM discuss regional issues, bilateral relations … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt: Week 35-2020 ( Aug 24-31)

Top Headlines Greek parliament ratifies maritime accord with Egypt  Acting leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood arrested in Cairo Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia conclude GERD meeting without agreement Egypt’s armed forces have killed 77 terrorist elements during various raids in the last … Continue reading

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Reblog: Secret wiretap reveals Erdogan government’s clandestine links to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

I reblogged this piece by Turkish journalist Abdullah Bozkurt regarding interesting wiretap that reveal Erdogan’s frustration with the Muslim Brotherhood after ousting of Morsi in 2013. You can read the original piece here.   The government of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt: Week 35-2019 (August 26- Sept 1)

Again, I am grateful to my friends who helped me compiling this week’s news and reports. I am also grateful to my followers and their supportive messages. It has been tough few weeks with sickness but hopefully the worst is … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt: Week 34-2019 ( Aug 19-25)

 I am deeply grateful for my friend J who kindly volunteered to compile this week’s Egypt’s news and reports, as I am currently sick and unable to do the work.  Top Headlines Egypt’s Sisi arrives in France for G7 summit Egypt … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt: Week 30 ( July 22-28)

Top Headlines British airways resumes flights to Cairo Immigration minister says controversial statement taken out of context Egypt has received 930 surplus US mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles (MRAPs) Brotherhood member reveals ’embezzlement’ among group’s fugitives in Turkey Egypt demands ‘practical measures’ … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt: Week 28-2019 ( July 8-14)

Top Headlines Kuwait extradites Brotherhood fugitives to Egypt An Egyptian court sentences Al-Azhar professor and others for espionagefor Iran Egyptian inflation eased unexpectedly to its lowest rate in more than three years Egypt to file a civil suit over the … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt:Week 25-2019 ( June 17-23)

Top Headlines Egypt’s ousted president Mohammed Morsi dies during trial UN calls for inquiryinto ex-Egyptian president’s death Morsi Egypt’s Foreign Ministry condemns Erdogan’s ‘unsubstantiated and irresponsible’ comments on Morsi’s death Egypt and Jordansay will attend US-led Mideast peace meeting Egypt … Continue reading

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The U.S. and the Muslim Brotherhood

  I am delighted to contribute, for the second time, to the Carnegie Middle East’s Diwan, in its regular surveys in matters related to Middle East politics and security. This time the question was: What impact would U.S. designation of … Continue reading

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