Elon Musk should be celebrating a win as SpaceX safely returns to earth, astronauts snuggly inside. Then he tweets extraterrestrials built the pyramids
Representative Ilhan Omar brings her hatefull, bigotry filled rant to the pages of the Washington Post. And, of course, they weclome her with open arms
Until safety and comfort issues are resolved, it is doubtful that many tourists will return. Let's hope the Minister of Tourism is reading.
Other proposed actions by Trump target terrorists by increasing the budget of Homeland Security and Border Patrol.
Iraq is key in regional stability. What takes place in Iraq directly or indirectly affects the entire region.
The world is starting to fight back against radical Islam; And then there is our administration, who admittedly has no strategy.
CAIRO, July 8, 2014 — The decision by new Egyptian President El Sissi to cut subsidies on several products will test his popularity. On Saturday July 5, Egyptians were surprised by a sudden increase of gas prices. Mini-bus drivers throughout Cairo and the city of Ismalia took to the streets to demonstrate against the price ...
CAIRO, June 20, 2014 — The prison situation in Egypt is intolerable, both in terms of the prison conditions and the increase in the number of political prisoners held by the government Egyptian prisons lack the appropriate sanitary, livable and humane conditions that are necessary for basic survival. The situation has been exacerbated by the ...
CAIRO, June 2, 2014 — From May 26 to May 28, Egypt voted for its seventh president since the 1952 revolution. Egypt’s first President was Mohamed Naguib, a member of the free officers’ movement that was established by Gamal Abdel Nasser, who succeeded Naguib in 1954. Anwar El Sadat served as a vice president to Nasser ...
Egypt's two candidates Abdel Fattah El- Sissi and Hamdeen Sabahi are two faces found on different coins.
President Obama plans to visit the country during the last week of March. President Obama will meet with King Abdullah.
Ethiopia's dam on the Nile is raising serious concerns in Egypt about water access.
The contrast is stark. The luxury along the Nile enjoyed by a small percentage of Cairene and tourist juxtaposed against the poverty and slums that over 70% of the Egyptian people live in is brutal.
“We Will Write a New Constitution” actors embodied the current issues of the Egyptian society such as unemployment, sexual harassment, rights of women and elderly, and hygiene.
What happens when a foreign crisis arises and campaign slogans just aren't enough?
Alcoa earnings "beat" by a fake penny as usual, igniting fake optimism.
The Egyptian people are a living testament to the fact that peaceful revolts can work.