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The Giza Criminal Court's terrorism circuit will issue a verdict on April 12 on nine defendants in re-trial procedures, based on a case known to the media as "burning the Church of Kafr Ḥakīm".
It has been reported that on Monday morning that the Egyptian authorities executed 8 prisoners who had been sentenced under military case no. 165 for 2017 in Alexandria governorate. They had been charged with carrying out ‘church bombings’ also known as ‘the twin Palm Sunday bombings’ that targeted...
At least two people were killed and 20 injured in an explosion inside a mosque in the central province of Ghazni, according to local officials on Saturday.
Al-Azhar has condemned the terrorist bombing that targeted a mosque in the city of Ghazni   in central Afghanistan yesterday evening, killing at least two and wounding 20 others.
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:
The competent security authorities deported accused suspects from Kuwait to Egypt. The Supreme State Security Prosecutor ordered to imprison them for 15 days in Ṭura Līmān Prison pending investigations into accusations of their joining a group established contrary to the provisions of the law and...
The Anti-Terrorism Observatory, affiliated with the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) condemned the explosion that took place in front of the National Cancer Institute on al-Qaṣr al-ʿAynī St., which resulted in the death and injury of dozens.
The crimes committed by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood Group have affected both the Muslims and the Christians in Egypt. It’s impossible for any Egyptian to forget their church burnings and their attacks against the property of the Copts that were documented by the international and local...
The Supreme State Security Prosecution extended the imprisonment of eight defendants, who were deported from the Gulf to Egypt, for 15 days pending investigations over accusations of their joining a terrorist group established contrary to the provisions of the law and the Constitution.
The city of Shaykh Zūwayd has witnessed last Tuesday a terrorist incident where a suicide bomber blew himself up in the main market of the city.


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