Salafi Front spokesperson Khaled Saeed said that the front called on its supporters to withdraw from protests, if they turn violent, either by a third party or by the Pro-military Sisi supporters.
Cairo Criminal Court has upheld an order to detain a group of Muslim Brotherhood leaders 15 days pending investigations, refusing an appeal lodged by the defendants.
Sinai-based jihadi group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis revealed the identity of its member behind the attack on South Sinai security directorate building on 7 October, leading to the death of five soldiers and the injury of 50 others.
Investigations revealed that the two people who were killed on the two-year anniversary of the Mohamed Mahmoud street clashes on Tuesday were reportedly both sympathizers of the Muslim Brotherhood.
A leading member of the Islamist grouping the National Alliance to Support Legitimacy has said that the alliance and the Muslim Brotherhood have no link with the bomb attack on Wednesday in Sinai that killed 12.
CAIRO: Less than 48 hours after the Muslim Brotherhood called for unconditional dialogue to reach a solution to the current crisis, they rescinded their offer on Tuesday, according to Brotherhood leader Mohamed Bishr.
The Jamaa al-Islamiya Tamarod campaign coordinator Walid al-Bersh said the campaign has been subject to daily threats by group leaders.
400 members of various pro-revolutionary groups have entered Tahrir Square for the first time since the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi on 3 July.
Islamic Jihad Movement leader Magdy Zaky told Egypt Independent Tuesday that the Muslim Brotherhood protests were useless and most likely self-destructive as long as they remained peaceful.
CAIRO: The Ministry of Education said it will compensate each of the families of students killed in the Dahshour train accident with 30,000 EGP ($4,355), said Minister of Education Mahmoud Abou el-Nasr on Tuesday.
CAIRO: Head of the legislative committee of the former parliament Mahmoud al-Khodery demanded former president Mohamed Morsi not “escalate” tension and to seek reconciliation.
A Muslim Brotherhood source speaking on condition of anonymity has told Ahram Online that the "national dialogue" proposed by the National Alliance to Support Legitimacy (NASL), an Islamist umbrella group gathering supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, is a result of "external pressure exerted on the group and their allies" to push "for integrating in the current political scene."
Walid al-Borsh, coordinator of the Jama'a al-Islamiya’s Tamarod campaign, has said that the internal elections of the group would take place before the end of the year.
Investigating judge Tharwat Hammad, decided on Sunday to refer deputy head of Wassat Party Essam Sultan, Mohamed Morsy’s presidency legal advisor Gamal Gabriel, and Shura Council member Taher Abdel Mohsen, to Criminal Court on charges of insulting the judges of the State Council.
Clashes erupted clashes in Ain Shams University in which both pro-Muslim Brotherhood and pro-army sides pelted each other with stones and empty bottles.
Egypt Independent has obtained exclusive photos of deposed President Mohamed Morsy in his white prison suite, smiling as his picture is taken.
A leading Islamist activist claims that the United States and Russia have a common agreement to strike and divide Egypt, arguing that both had previously carried out a similar scheme against Syria when the US moved its warships towards Syrian coasts before agreeing together to divide Syria.
The most vocal political group demanding the reinstatement of deposed president Mohamed Morsy has proposed a new initiative to resolve the current political crisis in place since the Armed Forces removed the president in July over popular protests.
An Egyptian minister today ruled out accepting an Islamist offer for dialogue until the Muslim Brotherhood recognises the government’s transition plan and renounces violence.
The Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church headed by His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, 118th Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of All Africa on the holy Apostolic See of Saint Mark, consecrated bishops to new responsibilities at the Grand Cathedral of St Mark on the weekend of 16 -17 November 2013.
Egypt's Salafist Nour Party described Wednesday deposed president Mohamed Morsi's first public statement since his 3 July ouster as "unrealistic."
Protesters who were in Tahrir Square to commemorate the second anniversary of the deadly Mohamed Mahmoud clashes fight with supporters of Army leader General Abdel Fatal al-Sisi.