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Egyptian churches stressed their solidarity with the Egyptian state, army, and police in the wake of Nabīl Ḥabashī Salāma’s murder.  Ḥabashī was kidnapped by terrorists five months ago in North Sinai, and a video of his execution was recently published on their media platforms. 
The Coptic Orthodox Church, headed by Pope Tawāḍrūs II mourned the martyr Nabīl Ḥabashī, who was killed today by terrorist cells affiliated with Dāʿish.
Israelis believe that the Egypt’s reaction to the implementation of the plan to annex areas in the West Bank and impose Israeli sovereignty over them would be “restrained,” based on past events targeting Palestinians like the Intifadas, wars in the Gaza Strip, and the Trump administration’s...
This evening, President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī participated in a mini-summit via video conferencing with African leaders, French President Emmanuel Macron, and the director of the World Health Organization. 
Al-Azhar’s Observatory for Combating Extremism stated that extremist organizations are not hesitating to take advantage of global events and use them to serve their nefarious interests by broadcasting their propaganda on social media.  This is not new for Dāʿish [Islamic State]; it is always...
Egyptian and French officials held discussions on Sunday related to terrorism, extremism, and political developments in the region. 
Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām, Grand Mufti of Egypt, welcomed a high ranking American delegation led by John Barsa, head of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Jonathan Cohen, American ambassador to Cairo, and Samah Norquist, chief advisor for international religious freedom at...
His Eminence, the Grand Imam Dr. Aḥmad Al-Ṭayyib welcomed John Barsa, Acting Head of the United States Agency for International Development in Washington, and his delegation on Wednesday.
Dr. Najīb Jibrā’īl demanded from the Interior Ministry the speedy arrest of the gangs behind the Islamization of young girls, after the emergence of more than one video confirming the existence of such extremist activity.
The legal case to strip Egyptian citizenship from [several] people associated with the Muslim Brotherhood who have fled to Turkey has sped up. The first circuit of Egypt’s Administrative Judicial Court has decided to refer the suit to the State Commissioners Authority, which will prepare a legal...

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