Newspaper, independent but pro-government
Editor-in-Chief: Abdullah Kamal
Rose Al-Youssef is an Egyptian daily newspaper which was established in 1935. It is an independent paper with a strongly pro-government editorial policy under the regime of ousted President Hosni Mubarak.
In 1936, shortly after its founding, the paper managed to force the resignation of Prime Minister Mohamed Tawfik Nessim, a member of the Wafd Party.
When Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Nahhas, also of the Wafd Party, was appointed, he forced the paper to suspend publishing in retaliation.
The paper began publishing again in 2005.