SIS: Anadolu agency has no legal presence in Egypt
The State Information Service followed statements released by the Turkish government regarding legal measures taken by Egyptian authorities against an illegal media entity in Egypt.
SIS: Amnesty International parts ways with Human Rights and sinks in the Sea of Politics
Amnesty International posted a reply on its Arabic Facebook page to a statement released by the State Information Service on the 28th of September.
SIS: Amnesty International’s accusations are biased, politicized & absolutely have no relation to Human Rights
The recent handling of some International Human Rights NGOs of Egyptian affairs can only be characterized by blatant contradiction, lack of objectivity and a tendency to adopt allegations
State Information Service: Whitson’s Interview on “Mekamleen” reveals Human Rights Watch’s collusion with terrorism
The appearance of Sarah Whitson HRW's Middle East and North Africa division director on “Mekamleen” television station leaves no doubt about HRW’s absolute lack of professionalism and objectivity in its coverage of the situation in Egypt.
Launched by SIS… Rashwan: A Global Platform in 3 Tongues to Counter Misconceptions of Human Rights
In Arabic, English and French, the State Information Service (SIS) launched an electronic platform for a comprehensive local, regional and international database on all issues related to "human rights".
SIS: Fabrication & Propagation of Lies The State Information Service’s official response to Human Rights Watch’s Report on Sinai
Once again Human Rights Watch circulates lies regarding the human rights situation in Egypt
SIS: BBC promotes the lies of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group
For over a year the SIS has exerted strenuous and serious efforts with the BBC through both its Cairo office and its main office in London in order for the latter to abide by objectivity, neutrality and the universal professional codes of conduct.
SIS: Zubeida appearance affirms the authenticity of SIS statement revealing lies of BBC correspondent
In connection with the statement issued by the State Information Service (SIS) about the BBC documentary report aired and published 23 February 2018 refuting the professional errors and violations as well as allegations it included on the situation in Egypt.
Statement by SIS refuting lies propagated by BBC
The State Information Service (SIS) issued a statement in response to the report released by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and written by Orla Guerin, the former BBC correspondent in Cairo.