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Egypt’s Grand Muftī strongly condemned the terrorist attack on the Church of St. George in Ṭanṭā this morning. The attack killed 25 Egyptians and injured 71 others. He said in his statement on Sunday that this painful incident is affecting both Egyptian Muslims and Egyptian Christians, and that we...
At least 30 people were killed and 71 others wounded in an explosion inside the Church of St. George in Ṭanṭā, north of the Egyptian capital, Cairo, on Sunday noon. The bombing coincided with Palm Sunday, a religious occasion, which rendered the place fully packed. According to security sources,...
  Egypt is facing a confrontation against terrorist groups concentrated in northern Sinai targeting military installations and buildings and extending their activity recently to the capital.
The Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, shaykh Nahyān bin Mubārak, offered condolences to the pastors of the cathedral of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Abu Dhabi, Bishop Fakhrī, and the Patriarch Ibrām Fārūq and to all Egyptians for the victims of the terrorist bombings that targeted St...
  A statement [released] on Sunday stated that the Egyptian Attorney General referred 48 defendants to the military judiciary for blowing up three churches in Cairo, Alexandria, and Ṭanṭa.
10 were killed and 11 wounded in a car bomb attack on a security checkpoint in al-ʿArīsh [al-Arish], North Sinai. This information was provided by medical sources. The attack was followed by a clash with automatic weapons, which led to the wounding of 10 policemen and 10 civilians. Furthermore, one...
A video exhibit of the terror organization Ajnād Misr was presented to the Guīza Criminal Court, capturing an “interview” with one of the militants on the organization, the reason behind using its name Ajnād Misr (Soldiers of Egypt). The face of the interviewer was hidden behind a mask.  
The secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Īyād Ibn Amīn Madanī condemned the terrorist attack that targeted a university in Kabul last Thursday, claiming the death of 12 people, among them 7 students, and many injured.  
Controversial discussions followed the catastrophic explosion that hit the Petrine Church in `Abassiya, Cairo, claiming the lives of 24 persons and 49 injured, on how to deal with terrorism and on what security measures should be implemented to eliminate violent attacks from their roots or at least...
Shaikh Nazīh, reader of the Holy Qur'ān, received a phone call from his friend Botros, his neighbour in Shubra, requesting that the Shaikh attends wearing his official clothes! And in minutes Shaikh Nazīh donned the robe, turban and caftan.

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