|Founder||Ibrahim El Moellam|
|Publisher||Dar El Shorouk publishing house|
|Official website||Official website|
Al-Shorouk, Shorouk News or Al-Shuruq (Arabic: الشروق) is a prominent Arabic newspaper published in Egypt and several other Arabic nations. It is a daily independent newspaper, covering mainly politics, militant affairs and sport.
Its coverage ranges from for example the 2009 Egypt–Algeria World Cup dispute to important political issues and activity and interviews of militant Islamists. In late August and early September 2009, it published a document entitled al-Badil al-Thalith bayna al-Istibdad wa-al-Istislam (The Third Alternative between Despotism and Surrender) written by then incarcerated Abbud al-Zumar and Tarek al-Zumar
The printed version of the paper is not among top ten, but its online version is ranked third among online newspapers in 2012.
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