Egypt's army has attacked hotbeds of terrorists in Sheikh Zowaid, and killed 14 dangerous takfist elements.
Isamil Khokha, takfirist leader responsible for killing 16 Egyptian soldiers in Rafah, was also killed in the attack.
North Giza Prosecution decided today 237 accused of attacking Kerdasa Police station and setting it on fire should remand in custody for 15 days.
“We'll terrify you” movement has claimed responsible for bombing the car of head of Central Security in Mansoura.
Southern Assiut prosecution referred Assem Abdul Majid, leader of Jemaah Islamiyah, as well as other 30 elements of the Muslim Brotherhood to the Criminal Court on charges of inciting killing of demonstrators during the revolution of June 30.
Gen. Hugh Shelton, a former leading U.S. military commander asserted that Egypt’s Minister of Defence, al-Sisi, has saved Egypt from being converted to another Syria.
On his Facebook page, Amr Farrag, founder of Rasd network and supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, said that all policemen should be killed as all of them are corrupted.
Tharwat Kherpauy, former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, said that Ansar al-Bayt al-Maqdis terrorist group was founded by Hamas, which was emerged originally from the Muslim Brotherhood.
Security forces have arrested Hussein Eid Salmsi Abu Atiq, extremely dangerous takfirist element in Sinai.
Abu Atiq was arrested in 2005 for terrorist attacks in Taba, and escaped from prison in January 28, 2011.
Rasha Azazy, spokesperson of Tourism Ministry, said that 27 countries have lifted travel ban on Egypt.
She added that these countries included some of the EU countries and some countries in East Asia.
Public diplomacy for the Egyptian-Syrian relations has organized a joint prayer for peace in Syria and the Middle East, which was attended by representatives of the Coptic Churches at St. Joseph Church in Cairo.
Egyptian journalist Momen Sallam said that the Muslim Brotherhood and their supporters, including the United States and Qatar are claiming the referendum is forged.
Mohamed Ramadan, sniper of the Muslim Brotherhood who was arrested above a building near Rabaa Adawia Square, said he had received orders to kill policemen and security forces during the dispersal of Rabaa Adawia sit-in.
Mohamed Anwar Sadat, head of Reform and Development Party, said that his party is leading a campaign abroad to promote Egypt and expose the Muslim Brotherhood after it was named a terrorist group.
Reform and Development Party, headed by Mohamed Anwar Sadat, invited the Coptic Church to cancel the New Year celebrations in order to avoid the potential terrorist attacks.
European Union of Copts Organizations for Human Rights (EUCOHR) denounced the ruling concerning Khosous sectarian incidents, in which the Coptic Christian defendants were sentenced to life imprisonment and fined thousands of dollars, while all Muslim defendants were acquitted.
As a Coptic Christian man was driving near Cairo University dorms with his family in the car, supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood have attacked him and stoned his car, just because he had a decorative rear view mirror cross.
Sayed M. Khodier, 39 years old barber, was killed yesterday by a fanatic Islamist who was driven crazy by a photo of Egypt’s defense minister, General Abdul Fatah al-Sisi, hanged in his barber shop in Port Said.
Al-Watan newspaper said that leader of al-Qaeda leader, Aiman al-Zawahry, had phoned former president Mohamed Morsy who promised to support al-Qaeda all the way in Egypt.
Sources near former president Hosni Mubarak said he is very interested in reading the new Articles of the Constitution that he thinks are very good.
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.
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