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Ahmad Abū al-Ghaīt thinks that despite its regained strength, Egypt will not enter the war against ISIS into which Turkey has been dragged and he stressed that Egypt is under the attack of foreign media. He also said that ISIS must been confronted with ground troops 
The U.S. President Donald Trump has officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on December 7, 2017, and announced the plan to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi stressed that Egypt attaches great importance to the role of the Arab League, especially during the current period of multiplicity of crises in a number of Arab countries, as well as the expansion of terrorist organizations and their threat to Arab national...
Al-Misrī al-Yawm reports that a summit of Arab leaders is being held at the resort town of Sharm al-Shaykh in order to officially reject Western interference in sovereign Egyptian affairs.   The report comes in light of recent statements made by the European Union, Vatican, and various other...
  There were many reports today on Egypt’s recall of its ambassador to the Vatican. The recall comes in light of the recent statements by Pope Benedict XVI calling on Middle Eastern countries to better protect Christian minorities.   Al-Akhbār’s page one report is headlined: "Egypt Summons its...
AWR continues its media monitoring of Egyptian news coverage of the Alexandria church bombing. In this press review, Hānī Hamdī summarizes the Sunday's newspaper stories that deal with the aftermath and investigation of the attack...  
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmad Abū al-Ghayt says that the protection of places of worship is the responsibility of the government. This comes after that the recent church attack in Alexandria raised the alarm about the safety of Christians in the Middle East.  French Foreign Minister Michele...
The Egyptian ambassador, Shāmil Nāsir, was transferred, as per request by the Canadian Coptic Organization, from Canada to Thailand due to a letter that he sent to the Church warning them against the negative consequences of the demonstrations organized by the expatriate Copts in Canada.   
The article reports on Egyptians’ outrage – at both the diplomatic and public levels – at the bad treatment Pope Shenouda received at London’s Heathrow Airport. The pope was forced to pass through a metal detector, even though it violates protocols.
The Egyptian Shūrá Council and Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed their discontentment with British officers’ way of dealing with Pope Shenouda III at Heathrow Airport and announced that Egypt will treat British diplomats in its airports in the same way. Dr. Abū al-Ghayt, Egypt’s minister of...

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