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Cairo Criminal Court postponed Saturday the trial of 739 defendants, including the Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide, to March 26 in a case dubbed as "Rab`a al-`Adaweyya dispersal."
Doctors at Mataryia Teaching Hospital decided Friday to submit their resignation to the Minister of Health if alleged police assault on doctors is not investigated.
A number of rights groups denounced Wednesday the ongoing pretrial detention of Āya Hejāzī, her husband Muhammad Hassanēn, and five others in connection with the case against the Belādī Foundation for Street Children.
Egypt's interior ministry said that the two militants killed on Wednesday in the Cairo suburb of Ma`ādi were planning attacks in response to the earlier killing of an Agnād Masr militant group leader by authorities.
Almost 1,000 people were killed or injured in terror attacks in Egypt in 2015, with 400 attempted or successful attacks recorded in the country.
Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi said on Monday that he does not mind criticism, stressing that it is his job to placate disgruntled youths, a day after a cartoonist was arrested for what critics suggest was retaliation for caricatures mocking the former army chief.
The Doctors Syndicate is calling for the prosecution of police conscripts accused of brutality against two doctors in the Mataryyia Teaching Hospital, among other demands that will be presented to the Prosecutor General by a delegation heading to his office Sunday noon.
The unprecedented inclusion of nine people with disabilities in the Egyptian parliament raises questions as to whether it will bring about legal advantages for such persons in Egypt.
One cannot deny truths when the facts are so obvious for everyone. There are those promoting hatred for the revolution as if it were an illegitimate act involving conspiracy against security forces and an undermining of their foundations. Others believe that maligning the revolution would further...
Georgetown University PhD candidate Matthew Anderson went in July 2015 with Arab-West Report/Center for Arab-West Understanding to Maghagha were we met with several local people, Christians and Muslims, about the expulsion of an extended Christian family from Kafr Darwish following allegations of...
The Egyptian Social Democratic Party (ESDP) slammed in a statement Wednesday what it described as a security crackdown against independent cultural venues and activists in Egypt which could threaten stability in Egypt.
During a speech marking the anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad, Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi again made historic remarks speaking to Islamic scholars about the need for religious freedom and acceptance of all religions.
The year 2015 witnessed a number of initiatives and reconciliation attempts between the Muslim Brotherhood and the current regime in Egypt. However, the Egyptian Government did not respond to these initiatives, mainly because some of the initiators, despite declaring their good will, others...
In a statement disclosed by Dr. Najīb Jubra'īl, the chairman of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organization (EUHRO) said that the Salafi Da`wa leaders still issue statements that incite hatred against Copts, thus destabilizing social peace. He added that on every [Christian] religious occasion...
German Ambassador Martin Kobler became in October 2015 the new UN special envoy for Libya. Arab-West Report knows Ambassador Kobler from the time he was Germany’s Ambassador to Egypt. We wish him much success in his efforts to bring peace to Libya. Prof. Abdallah Schleifer, Senior Fellow of the...
The terror attack on a military station in Al-`Arīsh on Thursday morning resulted in the killing of two army soldiers and two low-rank officers.
The Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms (ECRF) has said that it registered 340 cases of enforced disappearance in Egypt in the space of just two months, with a daily average of three cases, Almesryoon.com reported.
Egyptian President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi has urged reform of Islamic discourse and called on Islamic scholars to send Christmas greetings to Christians.
The Muslim Brotherhood's local administration directed by its spokesman Mahmūd `Ezzat in Egypt has refused to acknowledge a decision issued by the movement's office abroad to remove him and appoint Tal`at Fahmi instead.
The presidency stressed on the commitment of the Egyptian State to uphold the values of justice, accountability, and human rights. 
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