Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Mursi released a statement on Wednesday on his official Facebook page, a day after the army chief who toppled him was announced the country's new president.
A Suez court sentenced twenty alleged Muslim Brotherhood members to three years in prison, fining them 50,000 Egyptian pounds each, on Wednesday for breaking the protest law.
The Sohag Criminal Court on Thursday handed multiple sentences to Muslim Brotherhood backers over charges of calling for a civil disobedience throughout the province.
Interim president Adly Mansour issued a law Thursday that bans non-appointed preachers at the Ministry of Religious Endowment or Al-Azhar University from delivering Friday sermons or giving lessons at mosques.
Muslim Brotherhood leading figure Mohamed Ali Bishr denied that he or other leaders of the group left the country after Abdel Fattah al-Sisi won the presidential elections.
Figures of the Muslim Brotherhood-led National Alliance to Support Legitimacy (NASL) said on Tuesday the alliance will soon form a large entity that includes revolutionary forces opposed to ‘military rule.’
Cairo Criminal Court, headed by Judge Mohamed Nagy Shehata, adjourned Wednesday the trial of Supreme Guidance of the Muslim BrotherhoodMohamed Badie and 50 other Muslim Brotherhood members to June 17.
A former Muslim Brotherhood leader has warned that government oppression in Egypt is fanning militancy that will pose a threat abroad unless the army-backed authorities start respecting freedom and human rights.
The parliamentary elections law adopted on Monday included the presence of three women and three Coptic Christians on the electoral list, which caused controversy within the Salafist Nour Party.
Cairo Criminal Court adjourned Tuesday the trial of Muslim Brotherhood leaders Mohamed al-Beltagy and Safwat Hegazy to June 8 to review the accusations of torturing two police officers Mohamed Farouk and Hani Eid during the Rabaa al-Adaweya sit-in, Youm7 reported.
The Banha Criminal Court in Qalyubiya has set 2 July as a date for issuing its verdict against Abdallah, the son of former president Mohamed Morsy, over charges related to possession of hashish.
LUXOR, Egypt – A security official in Egypt says a mob of angry Islamists has burned shops owned by Coptic Christians near the ancient city of Luxor hours before a trial for a Coptic Christian accused of blasphemy.
A security official in Egypt says a mob of angry Islamists has burned shops owned by Coptic Christians near the ancient city of Luxor hours before a trial for a Coptic Christian accused of blasphemy.
An Egyptian court resumed on Monday the trial of ousted President Mohamed Mursi and 35 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders over allegations that they spied for foreign bodies.
You might recall the case of 27-year-old Meriam Yahia Ibrahim, a pregnant Christian woman married to a naturalized American citizen who was imprisoned in Sudan, which we reported here.
Human rights group Freedom for the Brave organised a protest on Sunday calling for the release of detained Al Jazeera journalist, Abdullah Elshamy, and fixer Mohamed Sultan.
An Egyptian court sentenced on Saturday 34 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to two years, fining them 1,000 pounds each, and acquitted two others over clashes in Old Cairo during celebrations of the third anniversary of the January 25 uprising.
The new draft House of Representatives Law will include seats for women, Copts, as well as Egyptian expats and special needs representatives, reported Al-Ahram newspaper Sunday.
The Giza Criminal Court decided on Monday to postpone the trial of 20 Al Jazeera journalists in the case known as the “Marriott Cell” to 5 June to hear the prosecution's defense.
Three police officers were injured in a targeted explosion south of Sheikh Zuwayed in North Sinai Sunday evening, an official source said.
St. John repeated this word 'beloved' each time he calls him.
Watch this wonderful expression
"To the beloved Gaius, whom I love in truth"
It's not a friendship' love or just love but it's love in Christ; it's love in truth.