02/06/2014 . By Sara Khorshid

While some Egyptians marched to protest “the coup’s injustice” and to demand the reinstatement of ousted President Muhammad Morsi, and while other Egyptians called upon Defense Minister (and now Field

06/30/2013 . By TIMEP

By mid-May, the Tamarod campaign had collected two million signatures, and they hit their goal of 15 million by mid-June – more than the 13 million votes that were cast

04/28/2013 . By TIMEP

Mahmoud Badr, Hassan Shaheen, and Mohammed Abdul Aziz launched the “Tamarod” (Arabic for “Rebel”) movement. The movement is an attempt to display the Egyptian public’s lack of faith in the

03/22/2013 . By TIMEP

In a new round of protests, thousands of anti-Morsi activists clashed with Muslim Brotherhood supporters outside of Brotherhood offices nationwide. Three Brotherhood offices were looted in Cairo, Alexandria and Muhalla.

02/08/2013 . By TIMEP

Protesters again attacked the Ittihadeya presidential palace in Cairo, launching petrol bombs and rocks over the walls of the compound. Though protests have decreased in the last few days, demonstrators

01/27/2013 . By TIMEP

President Muhammad Morsi responded to the ongoing violence by reinstating a state of emergency and curfew in Port Said, Ismailia, and Suez. Port Said protesters, who had organized a funeral

12/21/2012 . By TIMEP

Confrontations today between Islamists and others left 42 injured in Alexandria on the day before the final round of voting on the highly controversial draft constitution. In attempts to disperse

12/06/2012 . By TIMEP

As clashes continued between demonstrators supporting and opposing President Muhammad Morsi outside the Ittihadeya Presidential Palace, 10 have been reported dead, 748 have been injured, and 49 anti-Morsi protestors have

12/05/2012 . By TIMEP

Clashes between supporters and opponents of President Muhammad Morsi left four dead outside of the Ittihadeya Presidential Palace and 350 injured across Cairo. The confrontation between the two groups can

12/04/2012 . By TIMEP

Tens of thousands of protesters demonstrated outside the Ittihadeya presidential palace in Cairo tonight as police fired teargas into the crowds. Several media outlets carried out boycotts as clashes also