Haaretz, Sep. 14, 2016


An analysis of the causes of Egypt’s economic crisis cannot overlook the enormous losses the country incurs due to the army’s control of the economy.



Ahmed Medhat morto per emorragia mentre si trovava in custodia da un solo giorno. La famiglia chiede un’inchiesta. Resta in prigione anche Ismail Khalil, torturato da un anno, nonostante l’ordine di rilascio

Poliziotti egiziani aggrediscono un manifestante (Fonte: Daily News Egypt)

Poliziotti egiziani aggrediscono un manifestante (Fonte: Daily News Egypt)

Roma, 1 settembre 2016, Nena News – La macchina della repressione guidata dalla polizia egiziana non si ferma. Mentre l’Italia aspetta il nuovo incontro a Roma tra la Procura italiana e gli inquirenti egiziani sul caso Regeni previsto per l’8 settembre, al Cairo un altro giovane è morto nelle mani dei poliziotti.

The Palestine Chronicle, Jul 29, 2916


GAZA Egyptian authorities closed the Rafah crossing between Egypt & Gaza Strip last night. 3000 managed to cross.

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, yesterday praised the warm relations with Egypt and President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi.

Middle East Eye, 18 June 2016

While the Egyptian president maintains that the youth are Egypt's hope and future, actions speak otherwise and a lot more loudly


“We’re living the impossible, the unthinkable,” the parent of 15-year-old Mohamed Imad tells me.

Electrocuted, whipped, beaten on his face, jumped on his back; the list of horrors is unending as his father fights to keep tears out of his voice.

The New York Times, Jan. 26, 2016

Police special forces on patrol in Giza. “Enforced disappearance” has become increasingly prevalent as the government widens its crackdown on opponents. Mahmoud Khaled/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

CAIRO — After the security forces raided the home of Islam Khalil, a 26-year-old salesman, last summer, he seemed to vanish without a trace.