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Ahmad Darwīsh, Egypt’s Ambassador to Iraq, emphasized Egypt’s support in defeating the Islamic State Of Syria And The Levant (ISIL), denouncing its recent criminal attacks in Al-Karrāda, city center of Baghdad, and the Balad district of the Salāh al-Dīn province. More than hundred civilians were...
The Islamist militant Hasm Movement, believed to be linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, claimed responsibility for the attempted assassination of Judge Ahmad Abu al-Fetūh on Friday.
Background: The head of the City Council  of Luxor organized a press conference to talk about the situation in Luxor. In November 1997, 62 people including 58 foreigners were killed in a famous tourist attraction called al Dayr-al-Baḥrī which affected tourism in Luxor greatly. Questions were asked...
Background: Out of 60 million Egyptian people (statistics from 1995), there is not one person who could fulfil the position of vice-president, according to then-president Ḥusnī Mubārak, which has been the case for around 14 years. In 1995, Mubārak was the victim of an assassination attempt in Addis...
 Radio Española reported that Jihadists in the Sinai Peninsula are threatening to kill Christians, destroy their homes and expel them from the Sinai. In response, Coptic social organizations are calling for President Sīsī to confront these threats and to increase security at churches. Addressing...
Almost 1,000 people were killed or injured in terror attacks in Egypt in 2015, with 400 attempted or successful attacks recorded in the country.
Based on the lectures given at the Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute symposium on de-radicalization and dis-engagement in December 2009 one of the CIDT interns, Vivien Molinengo wrote this paper on societal collapse and radicalization. He argues that the notion of societal collapse was a leitmotif...
Watani questioned the security expert General Fū’ad Allam about the recent terrorist attack in al-Zaytun for his opinion on the incident.
The article discusses rumors of terrorist attack on Cairo’s underground, and the heightened security measure that have been implemented to potentially prevent such an attack.
The author discusses trends of political Islam and terrorist attacks in the West. He questions why British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has not stated that Muslims worldwide should condemn terrorism.

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