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  • 2012–13 Egyptian protests - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Government. Supported by: Muslim Brotherhood · FJP · al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (
    party). Other Islamists. Lead figures. Abdel Fatah al-Sisi. (Minister of Defense ...

  • Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    The Egyptian Revolution of 2011, locally known as the January 25 Revolution
    began on 25 January 2011 and took ...

  • June 2013 Egyptian protests - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Opposition: Political groups/movements: National Salvation Front · Tamarod ·
    April 6 Youth Movement · Revolutionary Socialists · Free Egyptians Party · Al-

  • Egypt Protests News, Photos and Videos - ABC News


    Browse Egypt Protests latest news and updates, watch videos and view all
    photos and more. Join the discussion and find more about Egypt Protests at ...

  • Egypt Protests: Pictures, Videos, Breaking News - Huffington Post


    Big News on Egypt Protests. Includes blogs, news, and community conversations
    about Egypt Protests.

  • Egyptian Protests - Huffington Post


    Egyptian Protests. Page: 1 2 · Egyptian Court Jails Leading Activist For Five
    Years ... By Shadi Bushra and Ali Abdelaty CAIRO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - An
    Egyptian ...

  • Egypt Uprising of 2011 | Britannica.com


    Although protesters in Egypt focused most of their anger on domestic issues such
    as poverty and government oppression, many observers noted that political ...

  • Egypt - The New York Times


    News about Egypt, including commentary and archival articles published in The
    New ... Egypt's Security Agents Smother Streets of Cairo to Prevent Protests.

  • Egypt: Fearing Protests, Police Arrest Hundreds | Human Rights Watch


    6 days ago ... (Beirut) – Egyptian security forces arrested at least 382 people in the days
    leading up to and during the dispersal of mostly peaceful protests on ...

  • Egypt - World Report 2012: Egypt | Human Rights Watch


    Egyptians took to the streets starting on January 25 to protest peacefully against
    President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule, calling for social justice, democracy, ...