Salafi-led Nour Party has called on the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to hold urgent meeting over the ‘genocide’ of Muslims in Central Africa.
Egypt’s deposed leader Mohamed Morsi has described weekly protests supporting him as ‘useless’ and warned that the military leader who led his overthrow may also fall victim to coup if he becomes the country’s next president.
MINYA, Egypt: Minya Criminal Court ordered the release of 108 members of the Muslim Brotherhood with a bail charge of 1000 EGP (U.S. $144) each, after being investigated for breaking into a police station and assaulting public institutions last August, officials said Wednesday.
Giza Criminal Court postponed the trials of Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed el-Beltagy and Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie to March 13.
Supreme State Security Prosecution began investigations Tuesday with suspects in the church shooting that took place Jan. 28.
Egyptian security officials say suspected al-Qaida-inspired militants have blown up a natural gas pipeline in the restive Sinai Peninsula.
Nasr City Prosecution referred 40 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to the misdemeanor court for rioting and engaging in violent activities during the third anniversary of the 25 January revolution.
Embassies and churches have become main targets for terrorist groups and yet the state ignores a large number of these facilities, many experts claimed.
The Salafi Al-Nour Party put forth an extensive list of criteria for evaluating presidential candidates on Monday, reiterating that it would not field its own presidential candidate.
The South Qalyoubiya prosecution referred 38 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to the Criminal Court for attempting to bomb the Shubra al-Kheima and al-Zera’a metro stations during celebrations of the 6 October victory. The Brotherhood supporters are being charged with smashing the entrance gates, shooting police and residents and possessing 49 explosives and Molotov cocktails.
Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh will not run in the upcoming presidential elections, his Strong Egypt Party announced Sunday in a press conference, describing the polls as a "mockery" of elections.
The leader of an Islamist party allied with the Muslim Brotherhood has claimed he was subjected to torture while being held in detention.
Political Science Professor at Cairo University, Hassan Nafaa said his proposed reconciliation initiative between the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and the government has been welcomed by some political parties but he has not received a response from either the government or the Brotherhood.
Secretary General of the Nour Party Mohamed Shokry hopes that a competitive candidate will run against Abdel Fatah al-Sisi in the upcoming presidential elections so that citizen will have the opportunity to choose between different competitors.
Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies wants the Muslim Brotherhood to be classified as a terrorist organization globally, said Ibn Khaldun executive director Dalia Zeyada in an interview with Al Arabiya Hadath satellite channel Wednesday.
Youm7 published an intelligence report of Salama Abujrad’s confessions, one of the two Egyptians detained in an espionage case known as the Ovadia case, Thursday. He had provided Israel with sensitive information for six years and was arrested May 2013 in a security crackdown on espionage in the Sinai.
The trial of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi and 14 co-defendants has been adjourned until 1 March.
The trial of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi and 14 co-defendants continues on Wednesday.
Morsi, his presidential aides and senior Muslim Brotherhood leaders are accused of inciting the murder and torture of opposition protesters outside the presidential palace in December 2012.
A number of young Islamists formed a revolutionary alliance running parallel to the National Alliance to Support Legitimacy which they described as a “failure.”
Pope Tawadros visited St Anthony Monastery in the Red Sea.
He ordained 3 monks as priests, also he consecrated St Mary and St Anthony new church in St Anthony Monastery.