TOPIC Shura Council protest
An uncomfortable court: Explaining the adjournment of Alaa Abd El Fattah’s appeal
Mostafa Mohie and Rana Mamdouh | "A judge is not obligated to provide reasons for recusing himself"
Activists, lawyers brace for verdict in Shura Council case
Omar Said | The Cairo Criminal Court is due to issue its verdict in the Shura Council case at the Torah Police Academy
Behind bars, with no hope and no despair
Heba Afify | Since his release on bail in March, Alaa Abd El Fattah has been putting things in order before his inevitable
Legal issues in the Shura Council case
Mostafa Mohie | Five legal issues in the case of the Shura Council protest have emerged throughout the development of
Women behaving boldly
Naira Antoun | A protest law described by human rights groups as highly restrictive was passed on November 24, bracketed
Alaa Abd El Fattah
Lysenko’s time
While Alaa Abd El Fattah stands trial for breaking the protest law, we publish his latest article, written
Lina Attalah and Alia Mossallam
On the love of life and Alaa’s detention
It is difficult to write about a friend like Alaa at a time like this. Difficult to write something that
Sarah Carr
Wrecking ball
Lots of comparisons are being made between the current mood and goings on in Egypt, and the country as
Activist Mohamed Adel detained for 15 days on charges of spreading false news
Final verdict issued to uphold activist Alaa Abd El Fattah’s 5-year prison sentence
Twitter backlash against jailed activist Alaa Abd El Fattah ensues
Timelines turn red in support of activist Alaa Abd El Fattah and other detainees
Rasha Azab, Khaled al-Balshy released pending investigations
Egyptian rights groups slam Shura Council case verdict
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