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President al-Sīsī makes a historical speech in the UN General Assembly.
Egypt’s Dār Al-Iftāʾ Observatory of Takfiri Fatwas and Extremist Views plays an effective and concrete role in countering extremist groups, and in rebutting their deviant ideologies and obscurantist trends. The observatory has issued a new study on the intellectual revisions of al-Qāʿidah...
  A blast caused by a high explosive device caused the death of 3 Vietnamese tourists and their Egyptian tour guide, yesterday. The improvised explosive device, that was implanted near a wall on the Maryūṭiya street in Guiza, blasted when the bus carrying Vietnamese tourists was crossing the road....
Dr. Mahmūd Abū al-Nasr, Minister of Education, has visited the Our Lady of Perpetual Succour School in Heliopolis, Cairo, after the school has received terrorist threats. The minister has visited the school to reassure the students and parents (Nivīn Shihātah, al- Ahrām, March 27). Read original...
In an effort to present evidences on the tight interconnection that exists between the Muslim Brotherhood and the ISIL, Dāʿish in Arabic, a public campaign comprehending Egyptian intellectuals and human rights activists is to talk in front of the American Congress coming March, 2019. The campaign...
CairoUniversity has decided to expel 23 students for raising the Qa’idah (al- Qaeda) flag on the university campus during the events of protests and sabotage last Wednesday (March19). The spokesman of the university, ‘Adil Abd al- Ghaffār stated the university is composing a list of names of other...
After a few minutes of the terrorist attacks that took place in the vicinity of the Foreign Ministry, a woman was suspected of carrying out the terrorist attack.
Meanwhile, al-Jihād al-Islāmī announced its support for ISIS in fighting the American-led “crusade against Islam”, irrespective of their ideological differences. 
On various jihadist websites, an official statement was published announcing a rapprochement between al-Qā’idah and ISIS, which until recently fought each other in Syria. 
Security experts have revealed the signing of a security and political agreement between Egypt, Algeria, and Tunisia in order to fight the spread of the fundamentalist terrorist group, ISIS, throughout the region. Indicators also reveal that this agreement will soon spread to Sub-Saharan countries...

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