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“The Trump decision to move the US embassy to the occupied Jerusalem demonstrates a sense of his immunity from international law, and arrogance towards historical rights and fundamentals of the Arab people, as well as it shows the contempt of the American administration for the Arabs,” Ḥamdīn...
Interviewers: Quinta Smit and Eline Kasanwidjojo Language of interview: English (original interview), English (presented transcript) Transcript: Eline Kasanwidjojo Approved: Requested and no objection received   The interview with Walīd al-Ḥadād is about the stance of the Freedom and Justice Party...
Public and military figures, and Muslim clerics attended the Easter celebrations at Qasr Al-Dubārah Evangelical Church. The most prominent participants at the event included 'Amr Mūsá, leader of the Egyptian Conference Party, Col. Ahmad 'Ali, official spokesman of the Armed Forces and Shaykh Mazhar...
The Muslim Brotherhood opposition front has announced its support of the group’s decision to withdraw from the parliamentary elections. Leading member of the opposition front, Mukhtār Nūh, said that the front will release a statement today to clarify its position on the group’s decision. He added...
Pope Shenouda inaugurated the first Coptic school in Washington during his visit to emigrant Copts in the US.
The Jewish complaints about the film “The Passion of Christ” have changed the dispute from a historical dispute to a political dispute. No doubt the film will increase the feelings of racism against the Jews, like the leaders of the Jewish American organizations said, especially since it coincides...
The Supreme Military Court wrote the final chapter last Thursday in a mysterious saga involving suspected members of the country’s largest militant organization, Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiya. Twenty-one defendants had been charged with planning to revive the group’s activities in the Mediterranean city of...
Only two days after Egypt’s largest militant Islamist organization, Al-Gama’a Al-Islameyya, announced its decision to stop all anti-government attacks, the underground Islamic Jihad said in a statement that it would continue the "struggle", mainly against the United States and Israel.
After nearly two years of dithering, reported internal splits and a worldwide crackdown led by the United States, Egypt’s largest militant organization, Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiyya, issued a statement on 25 March announcing its decision to renounce anti-government violence.
Bars and shops selling alcohol, video tape rental shops and huge street billboards advertising steamy pictures of Egypt’s top actresses are among the targets of the country’s largest militant organization, Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiyya.

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