CAIRO (Reuters) - A student was killed on Saturday and scores were arrested when supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood clashed with Egyptian police at the Cairo campus of Al-Azhar University, state media reported.
Security forces have detained 27 Al-Azhar University students belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood involved in unrest during the exams that started on Saturday.
CAIRO: Mohamed Beshr and Amr Drag, leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood did not represent themselves during negotiations with the government after the dispersal of the Rabaa al-Adaweya sit-ins because they were instructed by detained prominent leaders in the Brotherhood, Ahmed Rabie al-Ghazaly, a dissident of the Muslim Brotherhood, told Youm7 Sunday.
CAIRO: Former presidential candidate and founder of the Al-Raya Party Hazem Salah Abu Ismail is asking his supporters in the Hazemoun and Ahrar movements to participate in Muslim Brotherhood protests rather than demonstrating in front of the courts during his trial, sources told Youm7.
Aida is elegantly clad in a dark blue dress. She walks slowly, keeping pace with her elderly mother Madeline, while her husband Hani and her two sons, Rami and Karim, march towards the St Fatima Church for Christmas mass.
Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis, an Al-Qaeda-inspired Islamist militant group, claimed responsibility Wednesday for the deadly bombings that rocked the Daqahliya Security Directorate in the Nile Delta city of Mansoura early Tuesday, according to an online statement.
Waily Appeal Misdemeanor Court adjourned the appeal filed by preacher Ahmed Abdallah, also known as Abu Islam, against a three-year prison sentence to 1 January, so that the defendant can attend the court session.
Thousands of Christians are killed every year because of their faith and the persecution is becoming more widespread, Catholic observers said as Christmas celebrations are increasingly marred by attacks in at-risk countries.
Egypt's interim government officially declared the Muslim Brotherhood, from which ousted president Mohamed Morsi hails, a terrorist group.
CAIRO: Strong Egypt Party’s headquarters on the Nile Corniche in Damietta was set on fire by masked assailants on Tuesday.
Hamas has denied involvement in Tuesday's terrorist attack in Mansoura that killed 15 and injured 134.
We have no link to this attack or any other attack in Egypt and we condemn such accusations, the Palestinian Islamist movement's spokesperson Sami Abu Zuhri said in a statement.
Egypt’s political forces blamed the Muslim Brotherhood for the deadly attack on the Daqahliya security directorate in the city of Mansoura which left 13 dead and 134 injured in the early hours of Tuesday.
MENOUFIA, Egypt: There were skirmishes between security forces and Muslim Brotherhood students at Shibin Al-Kawm University in Menoufia on Tuesday, Youm7 reported.
CAIRO: A group of Coptic activists called for a protest Wednesday afternoon outside the Catholic Cathedral at Ibn Sanad against their representatives in the 50-member committee because they agreed to delete the word “civilian” in the governance sections.
The Muslim Brotherhood Youth Alliance, which includes defectors from the group, has announced the establishment of “Egyptian Brotherhood” to serve as an alternative association to the Muslim Brotherhood.
CAIRO: Political disagreement by the youth of the Muslim Brotherhood turned into libel, slander and violence, Sheikh Sameh Abdel Hamid, a prominent figure at the Salafist Call, told Youm7 Monday.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood condemned a bomb attack on a security compound in the Nile Delta town of Daqahliya which killed 12 people and wounded more than 134 early on Tuesday.
CAIRO: A meeting between the Nour Party, Salafi Call, and Al-Azhar discussed the campaign to promote voting “yes” in the referendum on the draft constitution, said secretary for Nour Party in Alexandria Abdullah Badran.
CAIRO: The seizure of funds and properties of civil associations will only harm thousands of orphans, patients and the poor, spokesperson of the Nour Party Nader Bakkar said on Twitter Monday
A powerful explosion believed to be caused by a car bomb ripped through a police headquarters in a Nile Delta city north of Cairo early on Tuesday, killing 12 people and wounding more than 100, leaving scores buried under the rubble.
Egypt's National Alliance Supporting legitimacy (NASL), the group calling for the return of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, announced it will boycott the upcoming national referendum on the amended 2012 constitution.
Those euphoric scenes that beamed out of Tahrir Square into our homes three years ago as President Mubarak was forced to step down are something from a different age.