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The Supreme Emergency Court of the State Security in al-Ismā‘īlīyah extend the detention of the accused of terrorist bombing in Sinai and Sharm al-Shaykh of 2005 and 2006.
Egyptian best selling author and Rose al-Yousuf columnist, Sayyid al-Qimnī, was reported to have received a death threat via e-mail signed by the name of Abu Jihād al-Qi‘qā‘, who is believed to have links with the extremist Islamist group Qā‘idat al-Rāfidayn.
Two people were arrested following a 14-hour anti-terror operation by Dutch police forces, ending a standoff with suspected Islamic terrorists that lasted all day in the Dutch capital of Amsterdam. Three police officers were wounded during the raid by a grenade hurled by the suspects. Moreover, the...
Sa‘īd Shu‘ayb reports about the Ḥadd of Riddah and how it is manipulated by Islamic extremists.
70 fanatics in Alexandria were arrested on suspicions of belonging to al-Qā‘idah. The Islamic group claims that they are innocent of the attempt to assassinate the author Nagīb Mahfūz.
The author reports on a meeting convened by the Egyptian Interior Ministry to discuss ways to prevent possible terrorist operations and notes parallel developments concerning members of alleged terrorist groups.
The author discusses the identity of the alleged successor of Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī, the former leader of al-Qā‘ida in Iraq, amidst conflicting information provided by US and Egyptian security agencies on this score.
Islamic movements, along with the climate of political and social tension, create extremism, violence and supporters of the Salafiya Jihadīya trends such as the Mansura, Tawhīd and Jihad groups.
Mamdouh al-Musallami declares the rise of a new generation of terrorist networks, but some experts disagree.
The article is on the arrest of 22 terrorists and the killing of seven during clashes between policemen and members of a group, al-Tawhīd wa al- Jihād, suspected of masterminding the Dahab and al-Joura bombings that claimed the lives of a few tourists and many Egyptians in Sinai.

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