n August 14, 2013, Egypt suffered its largest civilian massacre; one that had never been witnessed in the country’s history.
gypt has been experiencing continuing instability since the military coup that took place on July 3, 2013.
gypt has been witnessing a new wave of political oppression against civil opposition figures.
gypt has been making headlines recently with its two legendary football players: Liverpool’s award-winning striker Mohammed Salah and former Egyptian international and Al-Ahly player Mohamed Aboutrika.
gypt has left behind one of the most anti-democratic electoral processes seen on a global level in recent years.
ver the past few years, the political arena in Egypt has witnessed an unprecedented period of oppression.
t is Monday, November 27 and it is the day of mourning in Turkey for the victims of the deadly terrorist attack on a mosque in Egypt.
Faruk Yaslıçimen interviewed with the director of the Yunus Emre Institute in Cairo and talked about Egyptian society.
Turkish-Egyptian relations have been in a severe crisis since the military coup in Egypt in 2013.
During the visit, Biden is also expected to join a meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) plus Egypt, Iraq, and Jordan which too will be present at the meeting.
Saudi decision-makers and media portrayed the crown prince’s visit as the last leg of his regional tour to Egypt and Jordan, and, thus, not a special visit to Turkey per se.
In particular, the ongoing normalization of the relations between Turkey and the UAE, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Israel, and Turkey and Egypt have paved the way for the end of the polarization prevailing in the region during the Trump era.
Looking deeper into this issue, however, it is alleged that Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service, was behind planting bombs in countries such as Iraq and Egypt to create fear among the Jewish population pushing them to migrate to Palestine.
On the regional realm, the easing of tensions between Qatar and the Gulf countries with the signing of the al-Ula Declaration, the launch of normalization talks between Turkey and Egypt, the weakening of the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Iran nuclear talks were significant motivational factors behind the Turkish-Saudi thaw.
As for international positions on the coup, so far Saied has found no real financial backers to rely on in the manner Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was able to in Egypt.
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It caught my attention that when they were talking about Egypt, they were talking about the Egyptian border, and when they were talking about Israel, they were talking about the fence.