Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is an Egyptian former military leader and politician, who is currently serving as the sixth president of his country. Sisi began his career with the Egyptian Armed Forces after graduating from the Egyptian Military Academy. After serving as the director of military intelligence and the minister of defense of his country, Sisi, along with his associates, was able to oust President Mohammed Morsi and make Adly Mansour the interim president. The post-Morsi government was known for its authoritarian and cruel ways in which it treated its opponents, especially the Muslim Brotherhood. The government’s brutal operations, such as the Rabaa massacre, were condemned internationally. In June 2014, Sisi contested the election and won. He thus became the president of Egypt. He was re-elected in 2018. Nevertheless, in 2020, people held massive protests in Egypt, demanding the resignation of Sisi and the end of his dictatorial rule. Sisi is married and has four children. He is also known for promoting his family members and relatives to positions of power in the country.