Homeland Security have arrested Mohamed Hegazy, also known as Bishoy Jermiah, on charges of Evangelizing in Egypt and reporting to an American private television that threaten the national security of Egypt.
Gen. Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt’s Minister of Defense, said that many countries that formerly supported the Muslim Brotherhood have realized now that June 30 was not a military coup, but a great revolution against bad regime.
Security forces in Minya have arrested 6 members of the Muslim Brotherhood on charges of attacking police stations and churches in Minya after the dispersal of Rabaa Adawia and Nahda sit-ins.
Anadolu news Agency said that Egyptian activists have launched Void campaign to imitate Rebel Campaign that removed the Muslim Brotherhood from power three months ago.
Father Matthias Nasr, priest of St. Mary Church in Ezbet El-Nakhl and founder of the Maspero Youth Union, has denied accusations of trading on Maspero martyrs through a Canadian association called “Society of St. Paul to take care of victims of sectarian violence".
Ministry of interiors have announced the arrest of 13 defendants accused of attacking and burning police stations, churches, and public facilities, based on arrest warrants issued by the public prosecutor.
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandrian and Patriarch of St. Mark See, received Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice President of the Commission, yesterday in the papal residence.
The government has approved a law that criminalizing being disrespectful for the Egyptian flag and national anthem or insulting them.
Coptic Cristian Churches have expressed their solidarity with the "prayer campaign" launched by the "Association of victims of kidnapping and enforced disappearances".
Hisham Zazoua , Egyptian Minister of Tourism, said that 12 European countries have lifted Egypt from its travel ban lists.
Thaghr prep school has forced its female students, including Christian students, to wear veils threatening to expel them if they don’t cover the head.
Security forces in North Sinai have arrested Abdul Rahman M. on charges of burning St. George Church in Arish.
During the seminar today about the burned churches in Upper Egypt organized by Copts United foundation, Hasaballah Kafrawi, former Minister of Housing has launched a donation campaign to restore the demolished churches and compensate the affected families. Moreover, he made a donations of 500 EGP.
Ministry of Education has allocated a hotline for reporting against any acts of extremism in the Egyptian schools.
Copts United foundation organizes a seminar tomorrow about the burned churches in Upper Egypt.
The seminar is held in Cairo’s Helton Ramsis, with the participation of Gen. Fouad Allam, former deputy of SSI, Abdallah Kafrawi, former Minister of Housing, Dr. Michel Fahmi, political analyst, Isaac Ibrahim,
Dr. Emad Gad, former MP and researcher at Egypt’s Al-Ahram Center for Political Studies, said that Obama’s speech has changed to support the triumphed Egyptian revolution. The American Administration gave up the Muslim Brotherhood after it had been desperately defending them.
Abdel Fattah Sisi, Egypt’s Minister of Defense, has received Darrell Issa, member of the U.S. House of Representatives and Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
A husband has offered his wife to protestors at Rabaa Adawia sit-in to enjoy her sexually following a fatwa by sheik Erifi that he and his wife are going to heaving for “such holy sacrifice”.
Cairo Court for Urgent Matters banned all Muslim brotherhood activities in Egypt.
Nabil Fahmy, Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, and US Secretary of State John Kerry discussed a number of topics of interest between the two countries and the progress of roadmap implementation during Fahmy’s visit to America.
Mustafa Higazy, the strategic adviser to Egypt's interim presidential authority, told the Daily Telegraph that Gen Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi could be Egypt’s next president, however al-Sisi himself doesn’t prefer to run for the presidency.
Activists take to the streets in downtown Cairo on Wednesday against a new protest law enforced with a string of arrests and the use teargas against crowds a day earlier