44 killed, over 200 wounded as Once again the protests against Military Govt in Egypt turns violent


Muslim Brotherhood Protest against Military Govt of Egypt gJNN 07 Oct 2013 Cairo : Egyptian celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the Arab-Israeli War were marred by a fresh wave of violence, with at least 44 people killed and dozens wounded in clashes between police and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.  Continue reading

Mass Protest against Mursi’s Presidental Decres of Self Empowerment , One Killed over Hundred Injured


JNN 28 Nov 2012 Cairo : Over Hundred thousand people have held protests on Tuesday in Cairo against Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi, who last week granted himself sweeping new powers. It was one of the biggest outpourings of protest since Hosni Mubarak’s overthrow, accusing the Islamist leader of seeking to impose a new era of autocracy. Continue reading

Morsi declared Egypt’s first Islamist President


JNN 25 June 2012 Cairo :  Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood-backed candidate, was declared Egypt’s first Islamist president on Sunday with 51.7 percent of last weekend’s run-off vote, defeating Ahmed Shafiq, who had been tapped as prime minister by former President Hosni Mubarak. Continue reading

Egyptian getting ready for Revolution’s Final Stage


JNN 10 April 2011 : Thousands of demonstrators barricaded themselves in Cairo’s central square with burned-out troop carriers and barbed wire Saturday and demanded the removal of the military council ruling Egypt, infuriated after soldiers stormed their protest camp overnight, killing at least one person and injuring 71 others. Continue reading

Egyptian getting ready for Revolution's Final Stage


JNN 10 April 2011 : Thousands of demonstrators barricaded themselves in Cairo’s central square with burned-out troop carriers and barbed wire Saturday and demanded the removal of the military council ruling Egypt, infuriated after soldiers stormed their protest camp overnight, killing at least one person and injuring 71 others. Continue reading