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Ḥasm is a new Egyptian Islamist armed movement calling itself "The Arms Of Egypt," which emerged after the decline of the activities of estimated five other armed groups that had announced targeted attacks on police and judges. The decline of these groups is an indicator that all their members have...
In January 2015, after the jihadists attacked the office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people, European leaders organized a march of millions on the streets of the French capital chanting "I am Charley" in an expression of solidarity with the victims and contempt for their...
Among the factors that triggered the revolution of 30 June 2013, which was supported by the armed forces, against the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, was culminated in the statement of July 3, 2013, and finally led to the overthrow of the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, highlights in particular...
Sa`īd `Abd al-`Azīm, leading member of Al-Da`wa Al-Salafeyya (The Salafi Calling) said that former President Muhammad Mūrsi wanted to endorse the Sharī`ah Law during his meeting with the Shūra Council. 
An investigation by Giza’s Security Services revealed on Wednesday the details of the arrest of a terrorist operative involved in several attacks in the Imbāba area.
The front page of Dābeq magazine issued by the Islamist State, also known as Dā`esh, featured ousted Muslim Brotherhood president, Muhammad Mursi, calling him 'Al-Murtadd, the Arabic word for Apostate.
`Amrū `Amer, son of Field Marshal `Abd Al-Hakīm `Āmer, Egypt's former Minister of Defense (1956-1967), criticized proposals on reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood, pointing out that any reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood would be a betrayal to the nation and a victory for terrorism.
  The Minister of Religious Endowments, Doctor Mokhtār Jum`a said that the danger of the International Brotherhood Organization is no less than that of a drug mafia or weapons sellers, or human traffickers, or organized crime, because the abduction of thoughts is more dangerous than anything else...
Major General Tāreq Nasr, Governor of Minya, opened Thursday the Church of the Two Martyrs (Mar Guirguis and Abu Saifein in the village of Belhāsa, located in the Maghāgha district in north of the Minya Governorate, which was destroyed by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood following the...
In a featured story on its website, Al-Misrīyūn wrote a profile about the former Egyptian Diplomat and Ambassador to Venezuela Yaḥia Nijm. Nijm was billed by activists and politicians as the "man of principles" as he stood against the constitutional declaration issued by the deposed president...

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