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Egypt

Egypt: counter-revolution in heartland of the Arab Spring poses new challenges

The victory of the Islamists in the parliamentary elections is a dangerous sign, warns Simon Hardy Read more...

Egypt: Elections results show sweeping gains for the counterrevolution

Despite a massive wave of mobilisations in Tahrir Square and other city centres in November and important actions continuing into December, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces is still maintaining its illegitimate rule in Egypt. Though the focus of the popular upsurge was to force the SCAF to withdraw from power and handover to a genuinely independent civilian government the generals just reshuffled its stooge government and is hoping to carry on as before. Read more...

Egypt’s Revolutionary Socialists fight back against repression

In December the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), fresh from unleashing murderous violence against the demonstrators who occupied the street outside the Cabinet Office, near Tahrir Square, moved against a number of liberal and left wing individuals and organizations. They urgently need international solidarity now to halt the witch hunt Read more...

Egypt faces an alternative: "democratic" counterrevolution or socialist revolution

At the end of July and beginning of August it appears the forces which made the Egyptian Revolution in January and February had suffered a serious setback, writes Dave Stockton Read more...

Cairo Conference – a missed opportunity

Simon Hardy reports on the recent Cairo conference in solidarity with the Arab revolutions
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الموجة الثوريه في الشرق الاوسط وشمال أفريقيا


الموجة الثوريه في الشرق الاوسط وشمال أفريقيا Read more...

Cairo conference can unite resistance across the globe

Revolutionaries and anti-imperialists from across the world will be gathering in Cairo between 3-5 June to discuss the next tasks for the growing rebellions across the Middle East and North Africa, writes John Bowman Read more...

Egypt: the struggle for freedom continues

The revolution in Egypt has entered a new phase, writes Marcus Halaby and Jeremy Drinkall Read more...