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“In the name of God and in the name of this country, which is in great need of all her human resources, we announce the publication of the first edition of al-Sufūr, the social newspaper initiated by a group of young Egyptian intellectuals.” It is with these words, that Prof Dr. ‘Abd al-Ḥamīd...
  Western media outlets manipulated the incident at St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church to promote what is referred to as the “peacefulness” of the Muslim Brotherhood, and presented it as a facet of the political equation. [They also] issued accusations against Egyptian security agencies, alleging that...
Watch...Naguib Jibra’el: “Rami Jan” does not represent Copts The counselor Naguib Jibra’el [Najīb Jibrāʾīl], head of the organization of Egyptian union for human rights, has emphasized that the fugitive Journalist Rami Jan [Rāmī Jān] , who  frequently appears the Muslim Brotherhood’s Media channels...
Egypt's media expert, Yāsser `Abd al-`Azīz said that social media networking has advantages and disadvantages at the same time, such as inflaming public opinion, incitement, inventing facts and misinformation. Another disadvantage, is that 80% of the young European who joined Dā`esh were recruited...
In its latest Tuesday edition, the Egyptian weekly newspaper Al-Naba' presented in Arabic language on its front page the report of the American-based The Christian Times newspaper. [`Awātef al-Nassīf, Al-Naba', Nov. 8, 2016] read article in Arabic
Take care of a new sedition that is between the Egyptian and Saudi peoples because of the two islands issue, Tirān and Sanāfīr, it is true that the limits of the sedition and its manifestation is found till now in the frame of the social media internet sites and some TV shows, but the invitation to...
On Tuesday, the Regional Center for Strategic Studies in Cairo will hold a panel discussion on the position of the Western media on Egypt.
Egyptian Political activist, Dr. Mamdūh Hamza, strongly criticized the country's media, claiming that what is currently broadcast on TV is what he considers 'a weapon directed against the people'.
In an interview by Al-Shabāb with an Egyptian researcher at the faculty of Literature of ‘Ayn Shams University,  Malak Ismāʿīl highlighted the main subject of master’s thesis  which focuses on the image of Egypt as reflected in the foreign news websites. 
Egyptian Media has become a source of discord and dispute among people of the same community, and even a cause behind the crises that challenge the State's foreign relations. I could list a number of issues to support my words:  

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