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|إتحاد مؤيدي الدولة|
|Founders|| Shaymaa Refaat|
Amr Abdel-Hakim Amer
|Focus||Supporting the Egyptian State|
| Shaymaa Refaat (founder)|
Amr AbdelHakim Amer (founder)
Ahmed Emam (Head of newspaper)
Fady Riad (media liaison)
Rehab Ibrahim E.
Rehab Ibrahim M.
The Union of State Supporters(USS) (Arabic : إتحاد مؤيدي الدولة) is an Egyptian political group established in 2016 to support the Egyptian State. It was created in 2016 by Shaymaa Refaat and Amr Abdel-Hakim Amer. The Union of State Supporters (USS) has over 70,000 members and most of the group's activities are online. The group owns an online newspaper, which publishes in Arabic and has an English section called "Cairo Post". Through its online newspaper, the USS hopes to debunk any rumor concerning Egypt and explain the views of Egyptian State.
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