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The Supreme Council for Media Regulation issued decision number 16 of 2020 over articles published by al-Masry ‎al-Youm [al-Miṣrī al-Yawm] under the pseudonym “Newton” about Sinai.  The Supreme Council decided to make the newspaper issue an apology to the public and make them remove violating...
In this op-ed, Amīna Khayrī critiques the role that the media plays in classifying different people or organizations that are in the midst of ongoing military, resistance, or terrorist campaigns against governments in the Middle East.  She writes the following:
ʿImād Ḥijāb, a human rights expert and human rights researcher, stressed the necessity to mobilize civil society, lawyers and law firms in the country to form a national lobby to classify the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group worldwide.  Additionally, efforts should be made to stop attempts...
Major General Hishām al-Ḥalabī, advisor to the Nasser Higher Military Academy, said that the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group was planning to bring the people of Gaza to the Sinai. However, following the failure of this plan, terrorist groups were planning to seize northern Sinai.
Security Sources stated that ISIS entered into Sinai and committed several beheadings to instill fear in people’s hearts. 
Bishop Munīr Ḥannā Anīs, the Archbishop of the Episcopal Church in Egypt, North Africa and Horn of Africa, sent a cable to President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī, to congratulate him on the 45th anniversary of October victory.
This article summarizes the effects of the flash floods on January 18th, 2010, throughout Egypt. Many were killed, and even more were displaced by the torrential rains. Many houses and buildings were also destroyed by the flooding. The flooding affected many places in the Sinai peninsula as well as...
News of three bombs in Dahab, Sinai on the evening of April 24, 2006, killing 23 people including 20 Egyptians, and injuring 62 others including 42 Egyptians.
His Holiness Pope John Paul II will visit Saint Catherine’s monastery. His Holiness had made known his wish to visit the monastery to see the bush at which God talked to Moses.
Plans are made to build a center for all three monotheistic religions in al-Tor, in the Sinai. The author, however, opposes building a synagogue out of fear the land later may be claimed by Israelis. The author is against normalization with Israel.
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