Hundreds of President Mohammed Morsi's opponents rallied peacefully in the streets of Cairo denouncing his rule.
Egyptian political activist Ahmed Douma smiles as he stands behind dock bars during his trial in Cairo on May 13, 2013 on charges of insulting president Mohamed Morsi in a TV interview. By Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images.
There's a culture war playing out in Egypt these days over the degree to which Islam should be part of the country's political life. But in interviews with foreign journalists, President Mohamed Morsy keeps reaching for another cultural ouchstone...Show More Summary
The big news in Cairo is that a long-awaited cabinet reshuffle has finally become a reality. President Mohamed Morsy swore in nine new ministers today in a move that increases the Muslim Brotherhood's representation in the government. Show More Summary
President Mohamed Morsi has remained silent about the future of the family planning programs put in place by the Mubarak government.
Hundreds of workers joined unemployed youth, students, and other groups opposed to President Mohamed Morsi's government and marched to commemorate May Day in Cairo today. The crowd made their way from the Sayeda Zeinab district of the city, to the Shura Council in Downtown Cairo, and ended the protest at the famed Tahrir Square. Show More Summary
(CAIRO) — During a meeting in a Black Sea resort city, Egypt‘s president and members of his government turned to Russian President Vladimir Putin and asked for a sizable loan, according to Putin aide. Egypt’s Mohammed Morsi appealedShow More Summary
It's been an exciting month for the funniest man in Egypt. Not only was Bassem Youssef, a heart surgeon-turned-satirical television host, briefly detained for "belittling" President Mohamed Morsy and "insulting" Islam, he was also named...Show More Summary
In exclusive interview with Al Jazeera, President Mohamed Morsi says reshuffle will involve several "key ministries".
I am a Protestant Christian, and a burden I bear all my life is what's called the "Protestant work ethic." I was just in your wonderful capital city, and my work ethic drives me to make a suggestion.
Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has left a stench – on Twitter. Blogger and activist Nawara Negm started the hash tag #????_?????? [ar], which translates to “Give the President a Bath, after reading in a Lebanese newspaper that some German officials complained about Morsi's body odour to the Egyptian foreign ministry.
People have a tendency to get carried away when hyping a new leader -- particularly one who represents significant change. Still, reports on Tuesday that the Muslim Brotherhood will be publishing a book on Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy's...Show More Summary
Despite the anti-American and anti-Israeli rhetoric of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, the White House continues to honor a 2010 agreement wherein America provides state of the art fighter jets to Egypt, sending the Muslim Brotherhood controlled nation four more F-16 fighter jets. Show More Summary
New York, April 10, 2013--The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's announcement that he will withdraw legal complaints against journalists who "spread wrong information." The announcement was posted on the presidency's Twitter account and confirmed by Presidential spokesman Ehab Fahmy....
If Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi needs pointers in how to deal with the wildly popular TV satirist Bassem Youssef—who was charged last week with insulting the president and mocking Islam—he might find them in a nearby North African country: Algeria. Show More Summary
The “Jon Stewart of the Arab World” still faces a criminal investigation into accusations that he insulted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the Islamic faith on his satirical news show The Program. But an Egyptian court today rejected...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) We’ve been following the Egyptian government’s harassment of Bassem Youssef, the Arab world’s most popular television comedian, “for the supposedly criminal use of satire in jokes about President Mohamed Morsi and his Islamist political party,” as Robert Mackey and Kareem Fahim put it in this New York Times post. Show More Summary
The embassy tweeted a link to Stewart's monologue mocking Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. The tweet offended the Egyptians, so the embassy deleted its entire Twitter account. It then restored the feed without the offending tweet.
The U.S. Embassy in Cairo's Twitter feed disappeared for about an hour today following an online sparring match with a feed operated by the office of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy over Jon Stewart's impassioned defense of Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef. Show More Summary