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In accordance to the statement disclosed by the spokesman of Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Aḥmad Abū Zayd, said that the Minister Sāmiḥ Shukrī had participated at the Panel Discussion of the Munich Security Conference 2018 (MSC), and had voiced his concern over the panel’s title ‘...
In a move considered by observers as crucial in order to counter the plight of terrorist groups’ attempts to disrupt between Muslims and Christians from time to time, imams and church leaders met to discuss ways to counter terrorism.
Dr. Maḥmūd Zaqzūq, Egypt’s former Minister of Endowments and Secretary-General of the Egyptian Family House (EFH), called for a clear and comprehensive definition of terrorism to be agreed upon by all international institutions, pointing out that terrorism is an illicit use of violence aimed at...
Muhammad Alī ‘Afīfī, the leader of Ansār Bayt al Maqdis organization, made important statements in the interrogation that was supervised by Councilor Tāmir al- Firgāny, the Public Attorney of the State Security Prosecution.
General Muhammad Ibrāhim, Minister of Interior, has announced that more than 40 terrorist cells including more than 225 terrorists, involved in the assassination of police personnel, have been arrested.  
Within the context of its participation in the “Youth against Violence and Extremism” Program implemented in Romania during October, the youth mission of the Maat for Peace, Development and Human Rights (MPDHR) made a presentation about the Egyptian culture and civilization, focusing on the major...
Security sources said that the National Security sector in Qena, southern Egypt, seized one of the terrorist elements before executing the plan to blow up a church in the center of Nag Hammadi [Najʿ Ḥamādī] on the Coptic Palm Sunday. 
Dr. Rev. Munīr Ḥanna, Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, said that the Egyptian people chose democracy as their path when they voted for the constitution of 2014.
Ambassador ʿAlāʾ Yūsuf, Egypt's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva, responded Wednesday to the allegations made by the Ministers of foreign Affairs of Iceland and Canada in their statements during the 37th high-level session of the Human Rights Council.
Security forces of the Ministry of Interior arrested 14 people accused of attacking police stations and the Church of St. Dimyana in Faiyum, as well as inciting for violence in different governorates.
Al- Qaeda organization has called upon the Islamist youth in Egypt to start a armed jihad against ‘the military coup’. 
In continuation to the series of attempts to spread terror and fear in society, and in an attempt to delay examinations, two bombs were found close to the Azhar university containing a highly explosive TNT. 
The Ansār Bayt al- Maqdis announced its responsibility for the explosions that led to the death of three army conscripts and injuring 11 others in Sinai and Cairo yesterday.
Ahmad Abū al-Ghaīt thinks that despite its regained strength, Egypt will not enter the war against ISIS into which Turkey has been dragged and he stressed that Egypt is under the attack of foreign media. He also said that ISIS must been confronted with ground troops 
Azharite sources have stated that the Azhar has referred a request from Dr. Muhmmad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments, calling for not recognizing the World Union for Muslim Scholars, headed by Yūssuf al- Qaradāwī, and closing any branches it may have in Egypt, to the Islamic Research...
The Azhar and Dār al Iftā’ denounced the terrorist explosions that took place in Cairo and Sinai.
Three conscripts and a civilian lost their lives and 12 others have been injured in two suicide attacks in Sinai, and an explosive device in Heliopolis. 
The imam of a mosque located near the Virgin Mary and St. Sergiūs Church of al-Haggāna village, east of Nasr City, Cairo, called the police after he discovered many explosive devices stored on the roof of his mosque. According to the imam’s report, he feared these explosive devices were targeted...
Investigations of the East Cairo Prosecution revealed that the two killed Muslim Brotherhood leaders, Muhammad Abu al- Layl and Amin Izzat, had been accused of killing Mayādah Ashraf, al- Dustūr journalist, and Mary Sāmih, in ‘Ayn Shams. 
A media campaign is launched against the April 6th group.

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