Adnan Oktar has long been a big supporter of the Turkish president, but of late he’s been growing critical, and Erdogan has a long history cracking down on dissenters.
When Abdel Fattah el-Sisi overthrew the elected but inept Muslim Brotherhood government, hope was in the air and many young people exulted. But no more.
The grim record of this week demonstrates the failure of el-Sisi’s notion of law and his struggle for order.
Not all the all the accused in this infamously unfair court proceeding were journalists. Were some of them really Muslim Brotherhood activists?
Egypt is at war in Yemen and in its own Sinai Peninsula, but the toughest fight is to revive the economy. Pipe dreams won’t do the job.
An Irish teen waits and waits in an Egyptian jail, one of 494 defendants in a surreal trial that may never happen.
Sabrine and her soldier husband managed to marry against all odds, including her family’s wrath. Now, their love story faces an even bigger threat—his abduction by the Nusra Front.