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President ‘Abd al – Fattāh al- Sīsī requested the Ministry of Interior to implement the law decisively against the phenomena of sexual harassment. He requested that the officer who rescued one of the victims is to be honored. He also requested the people to return the values and morals to the...
State institutions started to take action against offenses of harassment and sexual assault after President ‘Abd al-Fattāh al-Sīsī visited the victim of sexual assault in Tahrir Square and was then hospitalized. 
Cairo security forces arrested eight people accused of sexual harassment in Tahrir Square during the celebrations of al- Sīsī’s inaugurations. 
Walīd al-Bursh the coordinator of the Islamic Tamarud (Rebel) Movement stated that the movement is examining filing a lawsuit to demand the dissolution of the  Construction and Development Party, the political arm of the Islamic Jamā’ah. The decision will be taken in the meeting of the movement...
The book of history will be filled with crimes and violations of the Brotherhood before, during and after their rule of Egypt, and will devote a full chapter to the issue of the displacement of 8 Coptic families from their homes in the village of Sharbat in Nahda district in the area of Amiriya, on...
Dr. Yūnus Makhyūn, head of the Nūr Party, stated that the hatred of the Egyptian people to the Muslim Brotherhood has been reflected on Hamas. 
Dr. Magid Izzat, a professor of Middle Eastern political history at the University of Bochum in Germany, obtained his PhD in modern history from CairoUniversity and lived in the Iraqi city of Mosul for several years in the eighties.
The killing of a tribe member in Aswan has sparked an intertribal conflict. 
A state of public fury has erupted in Ismaʿiliyah due to uprooting the trees from the garden of al-Maṭāfī Mosque. The mosque administration has pruned and removed trees in order to expand the mosque, especially that it is one of the biggest and popular mosques in the town.
The Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) started a Learning Center because it discovered that many African children in Cairo have big learning gaps. They had, thus far, no place to go to. For Egyptians, there is compulsory education. Syrian refugees are able to make use of the Egyptian school...

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