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  Islamist figures have deemed the Muslim Brotherhood and Ansār Bayt al- Maqdis group responsible for yesterday’s attack  against the security forces responsible for securing al- Azhar student dormitories.
Rev. Rif’at Fikrī, head of the Media Council of the Coptic Evangelical Church has mourned the victims of the terrorist attack that took place yesterday (March 15th) in Musturud, Cairo.
The 13 nuns of Mar Taqlā monastery in addition to three ladies that used to work in the monastery in Ma’lūla, Syria have been released.
Aḥmad al-Ṭayyib, the Grand shaykh of the Azhar has denounced the terrorist attack calling it an “ugly attack” and prayed for the dead.
Jihadists have threatened to kill French president François Holland as a consequence of the role played by France in Mali and in the Central African Republic.
In her statement disclosed yesterday, Friday, the Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt said that a terror attack targeted Christians in the Minya governorate killing 7 and injuring 14 others. The spokesman of the Egyptian Church, Būlus Ḥalīm, said that these statistics are preliminary and will continue...
In recent years, following the disbandment of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Brotherhood militias have split into various hostile groups and have merged into the core of Dāʿish. 
Political analysts have warned of a new terrorist threat posed by radical Islamist groups in Egypt, especially the banned Muslim Brotherhood. According to Reuters International ‘the group is preparing for a new wave of violence inside the country.’
52 defendants, out of 278, admitted committing 12 terrorist attacks in front of a military court to which they were referred. The defendants, who are members of Ḥasm and Liwāʾ al-Thawra are clusters cells affiliated to the banned Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and are accused of targeting and killing...
Dr. Aḥmad Badr al-Dīn Ḥassūn, the Grand Mufti of Syria, stressed the common destiny of the Egyptian and Syrian peoples through the ages and the importance of the two countries in preserving the Arab entity.

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