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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. 
Security forces have successfully preempted alleged Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers from carrying out what seems was a potential terrorist operation.
A Muslim Brotherhood affiliated group has announced a formation of a “parallel revolutionary government” headed by officer Tāriq al–Juhary
After he has saved 491 Muslim Brotherhood members from death, the naming that some Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers have given Shaykh Shawqī ‘Allām, Grand Muftī of Egypt, is no longer applicable.
Major General Hāshim Āmna visited Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Pope of the Church of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Marc – at the Monastery of Saint Bīshūy in Wādi al-Naṭrūn. The Governor presented the Beheira Governorate shield to the Pope and expressed his...
On December 31, Egyptian President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī announced that a high counter-sectarian commission is to be formed and its work put immediately into effect. The presidential decree came after a police man shot dead a man and his son in Minya, which was the most recent incident after a...
Nubians in Suez have requested the dismissal of the Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Aswan Governor and its Security Director and to investigate their responsibility in the tribal clashes that took place in Aswan and led to more than 25 deaths.
Fr. Istafanous Shihātah priest of the Samalūt Diocese has opened the Church of Saint Karas in Ma’sarah, Minya.
The Financial Times stated that the US is trying to support Egypt in its battle against ISIS.
Al-Sīsī stated that the continuation of the Muslim Brotherhood in ruling Egypt threatened with a looming civil war.
The Ministry of Endowments has warned against using the prayer spaces in ‘Īd al- Adhá in electoral campaigning or partisan discussions.
President Abd al- Fattāh al-Sīsī stated to the BBC that Egypt is a main country in the region and is considered one of the factors of its stability. 
Shaykh Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments and the head of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs stated that the 24th Public Conference of the Council will be held under the title the “Grandeur of Islam and the Mistakes of those who follow it”.
The Coalition of Egypt’s Copts has called upon Egyptians in the United States to support president al-Sīsī in his visit to New York by demonstrating in front of the UN headquarters to announce support for him. 
President al-Sīsī makes a historical speech in the UN General Assembly.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports is organizing preaching convoys under the slogan of “Together we Protect Egypt” in all governorates from March 25 until April 25.
France 24” a French news website shed light today on a decision made by President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī to found a committee to handle the sectarian disputes. The French website quoted the official gazette of Egypt as saying the presidential decree came after a recent series of terrorist attacks...
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) will hold a round table entitled "Towards a Better Law for NGOs" on Thursday 15/11/2018 at 4 pm at the organization’s headquarters.  The meeting includes a group of intellectuals, lawyers, human rights defenders, and a number of other associations.
In a symposium held today under the title “The Role of Women in the Missionary Work and the Educational Field” during the inauguration of the summer cultural season of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, the Minister of (Religious) Endowments, Dr. Shaykh Muḥammad Mukhtār Jumʿa stated that a...
Prime Minister Muṣṭafā Madbūlī did not break the presidential promise made by President al-Sīsī to reconcile the status of all the Egyptian churches. At the meeting of the "Main Committee for the Regulation of the Status of the Churches", the Prime Minister amended the status of 120 churches,...


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