Cairo Criminal Court postponed Monday the trial of former president Mohamed Morsi and fourteen others in the Presidential Palace trial until Wednesday.
The Salafi Da’wa, an ultraconservative proselytizing group, condemned Monday recent calls by Islamist political organisation Salafi Front to stage a new wave of protests entitled “The Muslim Youth Uprising” on 28 November.
The Muslim Brotherhood has rejected Islamist proposals for reconciliation with the authorities.
"The [Brotherhood] affirms to the Egyptian people, and the revolutionaries, that it stands by its principles and will not compromise. We assert that we shall not recognise the military coup and that all its consequences are void," the group said on Monday via its official website.
Abu Musab al-Maqdisy, the leader of Islamic State, called on jihadists to go to Egypt and move the battle to central Cairo to make authorities occupied. He also called for targeting armed forces convoys in governorates through car bomb.
Reda Fahmi, a leading figure of the Muslim Brotherhood, has criticized an initiative suggested by his fellow group member in the dissolved parliament, Ali Fath Al-Bab, that called for reconciliation with the current government.
Security authorities say they are currently questioning five people who returned from Syria after training with Islamic State militants and planned to carry out attacks targeting police and army forces.
Egypt's army killed three suspected militants in jihadist-stricken North Sinai on Monday, as a presidential committee arrived to discuss community issues with locals.
Security forces raised the state of emergency at the borders in Sinai following a blast which occurred on Monday during the evacuation of the border region, a security source said.
Prosecutor General Hisham Barakat ordered the detention of 35 individuals for 15 days pending investigation into terrorism accusations, reported state media.
The hearing of the defence team in the trial of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi over violent clashes by the presidential palace will be recorded then broadcast on state television on Monday.
Egyptian Islamist preacher Wagdi Ghoneim has sparked anger among Tunisians after describing their recent parliamentary elections as "nonsense."
As the crackdown on university students continues in response to violent protests that have been ongoing since the first day of classes on Oct. 11, Cairo University has punished students with expulsion and by creating a list that not only bans them from that institution, but also bans them from future enrollment at all Egyptian universities.
The Cairo Criminal Court decided Sunday to adjourn to Nov. 9 the trial of Mohamed Badie, the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, and 16 other defendants in the case known as the “Guidance Office incidents.”
The Haram Court of Misdemeanors sentenced former presidential spokesperson Yasser Ali to six months in jail for non-cooperation with authorities in turning over former Prime Minister Hisham Qandil, and helping him escape justice and flee the country, Youm7 reported Saturday.
Egyptian security forces entered the campus of the female branch of Al-Azhar University to break up a demonstration and fired tear gas, an eyewitness told The Cairo Post Sunday.
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met with Minister of Endowments Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa on Tuesday, and stressed the importance of improving religious preachers’ speeches for better representation of Islam and Egypt.
Pope Tawadros II visited Moscow this week to meet with senior Russian officials and members of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Israel took the rare step of totally closing Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque in the face of visitors of all faiths, a first since 2002.
The Egyptian armed forces continued on Thursday to raid suspected terrorist hideouts throughout North Sinai, resulting in shootouts and destroyed property.
Egypt on Thursday banned a pressure group that has pushed for the reinstatement of President Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood, who was overthrown by the army last year.
Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-Damaty announced he would petition The Islamic World Heritage Committee (IWHC), a subsidiary of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) to include the city of Rosetta in its Heritage List.
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