TIMEP Senior Research Associate Jake Greene and Research Intern Mohammad Sarhan write about the mysterious circumstances surrounding a reported raid that raise concern over human rights violations during counter-terror operations.
TIMEP Senior Research Associate and Egypt Security Watch Project Intern Christian Barsoum review developments following an attack by the group Harikat Souad Masr, known as Hassm.
Amendments to the Judicial Authorities Law allow the president to choose the heads of leading judicial bodies, writes TIMEP Research Associate Brad Youngblood.
Just three days after Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El Sisi declared a three-month state of emergency and one day after the country’s legislature approved a number of amendments expanding temporary and administrative detention,
In the latest from the legal saga around the contentious Egyptian agreement transferring the Tiran and Sanafir islands to Saudi Arabia, on Sunday Egypt’s Court for Urgent Matters annulled what was supposed
As many of the readers of this post may already be aware, Muhammad Anwar al-Sadat, head of the Reform and Development Party, former chairman of the Human Rights Committee in
Egyptian artists were deeply involved in spearheading, capturing, and influencing the January 2011 uprising. In fact, the artistic community lost one of its own when 32-year-old Ahmed Bassiouny died in the early