Topic: Egypt

  • The main enemy is the regime

    Egyptian revolution supporters who equally condemn the dictatorship and the Muslim Brotherhood are taking the regime's side.

  • An excuse to whip up nationalist fervor

    Terrorist attacks have given the Egyptian regime of Gen. Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi the excuse for further measures against dissent.

  • Giving the regime what it wants

    The assassination of Egypt's top prosecutor only makes the tasks facing already embattled revolutionaries more difficult.

  • Facing Egypt's kangaroo courts

    Several revolutionary activists in Egypt have been taken into custody as they await the outcome of a May 31 court appeal.

  • Support Egyptian labor leaders

    We stand with fired labor leaders at the Mahalla textile factory, which has been a stronghold of resistance for nearly a decade.

  • To Egypt's revolutionary youth

    A member of the Revolutionary Socialists explains what Egypt's struggle teaches us about class struggle, sectarianism and terrorism.

  • Another dictatorship joins the war on ISIS

    The horrific beheading of Coptic Christians in Libya has given Egypt's military regime the perfect opportunity to join the U.S.-led war on ISIS.

  • Egypt's shame over Gaza

    An Egyptian court is collaborating with the U.S. and Israel in the demonization of the Palestinian resistance movement.

  • They murdered a socialist

    Police in Egypt killed an Egyptian leftist and poet on a protest march to Tahrir Square to mark the fourth anniversary of the revolution.

  • No justice from Sisi's judges

    Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists issued a statement denouncing the court decision that freed ex-dictator Hosni Mubarak.

  • Mubarak gets away with murder

    A court has dismissed murder charges against Hosni Mubarak for the deaths of protesters during the 2011 uprising.

  • A shield for the marginalized

    I was one of those who made a revolution that toppled two dictators--and we are crossing our fingers it will topple the third.

  • Mahienour is free!

    A judge suspended the prison sentence of Egyptian socialist Mahienour El-Masry, who was jailed for violating Egypt's protest law.

  • Standing against the counterrevolution

    A now-imprisoned member of Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists talks about the challenges facing the Egyptian left.

  • Confronting the counterrevolution in Egypt

    We are dealing with a huge setback for Egypt's revolution--but in every battle we lose, we must learn the lessons.

  • The roots of the counterrevolution

    Egypt's revolution of 2011 is suffering through a period of major defeat in which the old order regained the upper hand.

  • Don't abandon Mohamed Soltan

    Mohamed Soltan, an Ohio State graduate and U.S. citizen imprisoned in Egypt, is on hunger strike--and at risk of losing his life.

  • Installing Egypt's new pharaoh

    Egypt's elections in late May were designed to be a rubber stamp for military strongman Gen. Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi.

  • A letter from prison in Alexandria

    An Egyptian revolutionary sentenced to two years in prison for the "crime" of protesting speaks out from behind bars.

  • Jailed in Egypt for daring to speak out

    A member of Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists is among those sentenced to prison for the "crime" of holding a protest.

  • We will stand against Sisi

    The June 5 presidential election should be used to expose the brutality of Egypt's counterrevolutionary rulers.

  • The king and the field marshal

    A dense network of financial and industrial titans, stretching from Cairo to Saudi Arabia, sustains Egypt's counterrevolution.

  • Defend basic rights in Egypt

    Activists and academics from Egypt and around the world are circulating a petition to demand essential democratic rights.

  • Standing up for democratic rights in Egypt

    Individuals and groups are have joined forces to call on the Egyptian military government to respect democracy.

  • Egypt's revolutionary tides

    Mobilizing to Tahrir Square on the third anniversary of our revolution was significant even if the effort fell short.