Dr. Mohamed Abu Hamed, former MP, said that the Egyptian people won't allow a group of criminals to control them.
Facebook activists shared a copy of a document that’s said to belong to the Libyan intelligence, which accuses the Egyptian president Moahmmed Morsy and other Islamists of being involved in the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi.
President Mohamed Morsy said yesterday during the celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Arab Engineers that Egypt is currently experiencing a significant moment of its revolution, as the Egyptians prove they are willing to save their revolution.
Legitimate Board for Rights and Reform issued a statement to denounce all expected forms of violence by the demonstrators of June 30.
Spokesperson of the Ministry of Tourism said that Hisham Zazoua, Egyptian Minister of Tourism, won't go to his office after he had sent his resignation letter to the Prime Minister in protest at appointing "former terrorist" as governor of Luxor.
Journalist Wael Ebrashi revealed that barred elements of Hamas have already entered Egypt through Cairo airport allowed by sovereign decision.
Dr. Mohamed El Baradei, Chairman of the Constitution Party, went to “the intellectuals' sit-in” at the Ministry of Culture in order to solidarity with the protestors who demand the dismissal of Culture Minister.
Baha A. Mohammed, the Spokesman of the Shiites of Egypt, said that the conference to support the Syrian people came only to support the Muslim Brotherhood.
Ahmad Shafik, former presidential candidate, has offered his condolences to the family of the cop who was assassinated by terrorists in Sinai.
Gen. Abdel Fattah Sisi, Minister of Defense, has warned the Egyptians on his Twitter account saying: “I warn the Egyptians of potential overwhelming chaos that the country may not endure”
Mohammed Abu Hamed, political activist and former MP, said on Twitter that the Muslim Brotherhood has threatened to slay him on June 30.
Amro Emam, Lawyer, said that a young man called Hosam was tortured to death in police station.
He added that police officer has charged him of drug smuggling after Hosam had refused to be inspected against the law. Then he was taken to police station where he was killed.
Mostafa Gendy, former MP, said that mother of a political activist told him that her son was raped in detention camp.
He added that Mohammed Morsy is using the same method of the former regime, which is arresting the activists prior to demonstrations in order to prevent them from calling for it.
Khalid Ali, former presidential candidate, said on his Twitter account that while Egypt faces water conflicts and is on the verge of water war, the government is busy killing, torturing and charging Egyptian activists.
This is but nonsense, added Ali.
At the time Egypt faces water conflicts as Ethiopia has started building “Progress Dam”, the Egyptian Prime Minister, Dr. Hisham Qandil, decided to travel to Japan to attend an international conference ignoring the crisis.
Nadia Henry, Coptic member of the Shura Council, said that the Shura Council has to dissolve itself after the Constitutional Court has decided its invalidity.
Dr. Naguib Gabriel, head of the Egyptian Federation for Human Rights, said he decided with a group of activists to form the International Congress for ethnic minorities, which includes Chaldeans, Assyrians, Kurds, Copts and Nubians.
"Rebellion" campaign in Egypt has launched new website in English, French, and German in order to collect votes of no confidence in president Morsy and the government.
Former MP Mohammed Abu Hamid said that a sharp wave of atheism is sweeping Egypt under the rule of the Islamists, thanks to their fanaticism.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy said that abducted soldiers’ liberation has saved the dignity of the state and offered a good example of cooperation among different state apparatus.
A Statement by the European Union of Coptic Organization,
to condemn the torture and murder of Coptic Egyptians, and holding them hostage in Muslim Brotherhood prisons
The European Union of Coptic Organization condemns the acts of assault and torture towards Coptic Egyptians at the hands of the racist regime of the Muslim Brotherhood, and holding Coptic Egyptians hostage by throwing them in prisons based on false accusations. An example of this is the case of Ms. Soad Akhnokh Salim Botrous, a prisoner in The General Menia Prison, under solitary confinement, which is a threat to her life as she suffers from many illnesses, and taking her as a hostage after falsely accusing her of evangelizing a young woman in El-Wasta Governorate, whom rumors spread about her conversion to Christianity, despite assurances from the young woman’s family that they know exactly where she is, and that she is married to a Muslim man.
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt