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General Sayyid Shafīq, Assistant to the Minister of Interior for Public Security, has announced the plan of the Ministry to combat harassment in public squares. 
Cairo security forces arrested eight people accused of sexual harassment in Tahrir Square during the celebrations of al- Sīsī’s inaugurations. 
The Republican Guard in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior  have started to put a security plan to secure Field Marshall Abd al- Fattāh al- Sīsī’s oath- making ceremony in the SCC. 
The Ministry of Interior has stated that it is attempting to monitor the social media websites Facebook and Twitter by getting access to monitoring programs. 
Meanwhile, the state commissioners authority in Alexandria decided to postpone the first session of a lawsuit filed by lawyers for the Two Saints Church, Joseph Malāk and Samīr al-‘Ādlī, against the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), Alexandria security director, the prime minister and...
After an Egyptian man was killed on Abū Yūsuf beach in Alexandria by an individual who harassed his wife, al-Azhar Sheikhdom released a statement condemning harassment, saying, that “there was no justification for it [harassment] in a country where women are sometimes blamed for being harassed...
The Supreme State Security service has concluded its investigations into the explosions at the Church of Saint Mark and Saint Peter on January 1 2011 which killed twenty people and injured close to a hundred. The lawyer for the victims, Joseph Malāk, said the investigations into the issue had...
Residents of al-Khusūs have confirmed that the majority of the Muslims arrested have no connection to the event and were arrested unjustly after security forces stormed their homes and threatened the families with weapons. Maj. Gen. Mahmūd Yusrī, Director of al-Qalyubia Security Department, denied...
Some parties and a group of civil society organizations issued a statement on the forced displacement of Christian families in which they said that there is religious fanaticism in the society for many reasons, topped by the practices and schemes of the former regime, which still continue under the...
Counselors Sāmih Abū Zayd and Ashraf al-‘Ashmāwī, the two examining judges into the illegal foreign funding of NGOs, said warranted search raids on the headquarters of a civil society called Sahm al-Thiqah – April 7 resulted in seizure of files containing surveys of Egyptian churches in Egypt, army...

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