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Acting patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church Bishop Pachomius said the church rejects calls to set ablaze the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters and offices during million-man protests scheduled to be staged on August 24, called the Brotherhood Toppling.
A police officer, al-shahāt [martyr] Mitwally Ahmad, lost his life after he was attacked by a group of terrorists who fired four bullets at him while he was on his way to work in the al-Qantarah police station, Sharqia.
Egyptian MP Ghāda ʿAjamī and member of the Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, expressed her support to Algeria’s decision to ban the full-face veils at work, describing it “a brave decision”.
EU Ministers of Interior requested internet service providers to ban internet sites that are used in recruiting European youth for Jihad in Syria. 
After the breakdown of the National Alliance in Support for Legitimacy the International Muslim Brotherhood Organization has announced its support to the “Document of Ten Principles” (also known as the Brussels’ document) which was issued by Muslim Brother fugitive leaders.   
The International Court of Justice has reiterated its rejection of the request submitted by the Freedom and Justice Party of the Muslim Brotherhood which called for investigating the crimes post June 30, 2013 and the violence of security forces against its supporters. 
A study of Hāzim al- Gamal, a lawyer at the Azhar, stated that the Azhar with its moderate thought has developed new theoretical pillars that include economic relations, politics and society as well as legislations.
Al- Nusrah Front and the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant continued their warfare despite the calls of Qa’ida leader, Ayman al- Zawāhirī, call upon them to stop fighting.
Yāssir Burhamī, vice president of the Da’wah al- Salafiah, stated that his fatwa pertaining to a man allowing his wife to be raped if he is threatened with death has been misinterpreted.
Al- Da’wah al- Salafia continues its confrontation with the Ministry of Endowments. 

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