Mohamed El Morsy
Egyptian footballer
Mohamed El Morsy
Mohamed El Morsy is an Egyptian Football Striker who plays for Egyptian Premier League side Ittihad on loan from El Zamalek. He scored on his debut for Ittihad in the opening match of the league against Petrojet.
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Egypt Likely to See More ISIS Attacks, Needs to Change How it Fights Terror, Analysts Say
Yahoo News - 2 months
Egypt’s leadership downplayed the significance of the attack. In a speech Monday, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi called it a “desperate blow” by terrorists. Since the 2013 Sissi-led ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's government has fought an Islamist insurgency in northern parts of the Sinai Peninsula while at the same time waging war against domestic opponents, jailing thousands of members of the now-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood as well as secular dissidents.
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Egyptian authorities arrest son of ousted president Morsi
Yahoo News - 3 months
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian official says security forces have arrested the son of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.
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Egypt contentious NGO draft law sent to president
Yahoo News - 3 months
Egypt's parliament on Tuesday approved a contentious bill on the regulation of non-governmental organisations and sent it to President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to sign into law. The amendments were "superficial" and "do not affect the spirit of the law, which is to nationalise NGO work and restrict civil society," said representative Khaled Youssef, who voted against the bill. Critics fear the law will enable authorities to further limit the operations of NGOs already in their sights as part of a crackdown on dissent since the army ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in 2013.
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Morsy's life sentence overturned
CNN - 3 months
An Egyptian court on Tuesday overturned a life sentence handed to ousted President Mohamed Morsy and 18 others for espionage Tuesday, ordering a retrial in the case, Egyptian state media reports.
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Egypt's Sisi pardons 82 jailed 'youths'
Yahoo News - 3 months
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Thursday pardoned 82 "youths" including a prominent advocate of Islamic reform, following calls to free prisoners swept up in a crackdown, his spokesman said. Sisi, a former army chief who won elections after toppling his Islamist predecessor Mohamed Morsi in 2013, had promised to look into pardoning prisoners at a youths' conference last month. The pardoned include Islam al-Behairy, a television show host and Islamic reform advocate sentenced to a year in prison for criticising canonical religious works, presidency spokesman Alaa Youssef told AFP.
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Egyptian Court Overturns Death Sentence Against Morsi
Wall Street Journal - 3 months
Former President Mohammed Morsi, who was also a top Muslim Brotherhood official, remains in jail serving three sentences, one a life term.
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Egypt military seen as expanding economic share
Yahoo News - 5 months
As Egypt braces for austerity reforms, the military has expanded its economic role, at times helping President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi assuage the impact of rising prices on the country's poor. For decades, the military -- which produced all but one president since 1952 -- has played a key though opaque economic role, producing everything from washing machines to pasta, alongside building roads and operating gas stations. Since the arrival of Sisi, a former army chief who toppled his Islamist predecessor Mohamed Morsi in 2013, its involvement has been more visible amid austerity measures, a dollar shortage and rising prices.
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Egypt built a dozen prisons since 2013 ouster of Islamist
Fox News - 6 months
An Egyptian rights group says Egypt has built over a dozen new prisons following the military's 2013 ouster of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, increasing the total number of prisons in the country in by a third.
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Turkey's Erdogan Avoids Fate of Egypt's Morsi
Wall Street Journal - 7 months
After surviving an attempted coup, Turkish President Erdogan has avoided the fate his ally Mohammed Morsi suffered in Egypt. The big question now is how he handles opposition groups, which backed him in his hour of need.
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Egyptian court sentences two Al-Jazeera employees to death
LATimes - 8 months
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced six people, including two Al Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly passing documents related to national security to Qatar and the Doha-based TV network during the rule of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi. Morsi, the top defendant, and two of his aides...
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EU arms exports to Egypt fuel killings, torture: Amnesty
Yahoo News - 9 months
Amnesty International has accused nearly half of the European Union's members of fuelling killings and torture among other abuses in Egypt through arms exports, in a report issued on Wednesday. International organisations have accused Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of running an ultra-authoritarian and repressive regime since he deposed his democratically elected Islamist predecessor Mohamed Morsi in 2013. In its report, Amnesty said "12 out of 28 EU member states have remained among Egypt's main suppliers of arms and policing equipment".
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Is Egypt’s Al-Sisi Now Putting His Terror Crisis onto Airplanes?
Yahoo News - 9 months
EgyptAir 804, which went down shortly after it entered Egyptian airspace and 165 miles from its coast, regrettably fits the pattern. Second, we have to ask whether Egypt is now exporting the nearly rampant terrorist activity that has long plagued the nation and worsened markedly since Abdel al-Sisi, an army general, deposed Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s first legitimately elected president, in a coup endorsed by the Obama White House three years ago. Al-Sisi immediately launched a bloody campaign against Islamic groups of many persuasions—violent and nonviolent alike—and continues to fight armed militias active in the Sinai Peninsula.
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Egypt facing a bloody civil war - Daily Times
Google News - 10 months
Egypt facing a bloody civil war Daily Times When is a coup a coup? Apparently, when the US says so. And so far (at the time of writing) the US has refused to call the removal from power of President Mohamed Morsi by the military on July 3 a coup. The chain of events unleashed since then has led ... and more »
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Killing of Mentally Ill Palestinian Swimming Off Gaza Coast Highlights Maddening Effects of Israel's Siege
Huffington Post - about 1 year
In the video, a naked young man slowly swims in the ocean, wading his way bit by bit through the waves to reach the other side of an invisible border. He swims further, getting closer to the invisible line that cuts through the sea from the border fence visible onshore. From the beach, a man shouts, pleading with an invisible soldier not to shoot the swimmer. The naked swimmer emerges, bobs up and down, and crosses the invisible line. Shots ring out. His dead body floats to the surface. The swimmer's name was Ishaq Khalil Hassan, and he is a 28-year-old from Gaza who had reportedly spent the last few months trying to get permission to leave the tiny Palestinian coastal enclave in order to seek medical treatment abroad. Hassan had grown increasingly despondent, as all of Gaza's borders are shut and there is no way out. His friends say he was depressed and increasingly suffered from the mental anguish of living in a giant prison, as Gaza's 1.8 million people do. The ...
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Sinai road bomb kills Egyptian police captain
Yahoo News - about 1 year
A roadside bomb struck a police vehicle near a town in the Sinai Peninsula Thursday, killing a policeman and wounding two others, the interior ministry said. The interior ministry said the bomb killed a police captain, and wounded a sergeant and a conscript, on a road leading to provincial capital El-Arish. The jihadists have killed hundreds of soldiers and policemen since the army ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in 2013 and unleashed a deadly crackdown on his supporters.
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Refugee-Run School In Egypt Supports Syrians Who Have Fallen Behind, Been Bullied
Huffington Post - over 1 year
CAIRO (AP) — In an unfinished building on the outskirts of Cairo that echoes with the clatter of construction, a Syrian instructor walks a class of young refugees through a poetry lesson in the dialect of their war-torn country, hoping to instill knowledge and a sense of community far from home. "When a Syrian teacher is in charge of you, he understands your situation," says 19-year-old Muhammed Basil, who lost two years of schooling because of the war and then struggled to keep up in Egyptian schools. "We have been cut off from education for a while, so the teacher needs to know where to start with us. We have something missing and we need a teacher that can fill that void," he said. Syrian refugees, who say they often feel unwelcome in Egypt, have gradually carved out a community of their own here in 6th of October, a Cairo suburb. They have moved into Syrian-majority neighborhoods and started businesses, and many are now enrolling their children in classes run by and for ...
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