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The death of Muḥammad  Mursī, Egypt’s first elected president since the 2011 revolution, on June 17 sparked a wave of controversy and conflicting truths between human rights organizations and Egyptian media. Mursī died in court in Cairo where he was on trial facing charges of espionage.
Egyptian Minister of Endowments Muḥammad Mukhtār Jumʿa said in a statement issued last Wednesday that the entity called "International Union of Muslim Scholars" has no credibility and it issues statements supporting terrorist ideology.
Al-Jazeera's Chairman Wadah Khanfar declared that he would be stepping down from his position after 8 years. There is much controversy surrounding this, as a Wikileaks cable recently released shows his cooperation with some American intelligence services.
Al-Jazeera's Chairman Wadah Khanfar declared that he would be stepping down from his position after 8 years. There is much controversy surrounding this, as a Wikileaks cable recently released shows his cooperation with some American intelligence services.
  Egyptian human rights groups slammed the Muslim Brotherhood at an assembly of the UNHRC, the purpose of which was to review the state of human rights in Egypt. The Egyptian interim-Minister of Justice Ibrāhīm Muhinīdī addressed the assembly which included delegates from 125 nations in addition to...
Muhammad Mukhtār Gum’ah, Minister of Endowments, requested listing al- Jazīrah as a terrorist sponsoring organization. He added that this is due to the support it gives to terrorist groups by spreading a discourse inciting violence in Egypt.   The Urgent Affairs Court postponed its ruling on a...
The Giza Criminal Court has issued its verdict in the Marriot Cell case, in which al- Jazīrah staff members have been accused of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. The court ruled to jail six defendants with each 7 years of jail, and 12 others of 10 years of jail (of which 10 in absentia). The UK...
The Giza Criminal Court has issued its verdict in the Marriot Cell case, in which al- Jazīrah staff members have been accused of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. 
The Minister of Endowments, Muhamad Mukhtār Jum’ah, has referred the incident of hanging a flyer on a mosque stating that “sorry the mosque is closed, as there is no Azharite available” in Ismailia governorate to be investigated. 
In his article in the US-based Newsweek, Egyptian MP Usāmah Haykal, Chairman of the Parliament’s Committee on Culture, Media and Antiquities, differentiates between freedom of media and dissemination of hatred, calling on his readers not to be deceived by al-Jazīrah’s [Al-Jazeera] claims of media...

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