Hassan Al Alfi (Arabic: حسن الألفي; born 1936) was a police major, governor and interior minister of Egypt. He served as interior minister from 1993 to 1997. He resigned from office following the Luxor massacre.
Alfi survived an assassination attempt in Cairo perpetrated allegedly by Islamist militants on 18 August 1993. However, he was seriously injured in the attack which claimed the lives of at least four people, one of whom was his bodyguard.Egyptian Islamic Jihad was the perpetrator of the attack.
Alfi was tried in Cairo's criminal court due to the allegations of corruption and abuse of power in 1998. The claims were brought by the lawyers of Al Shaab newspaper, an Islamist-oriented daily.