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A prominent author in Egypt has been sentenced to three years in prison for contempt of religion.
The Doctors Syndicate is calling for the prosecution of police conscripts accused of brutality against two doctors in the Mataryyia Teaching Hospital, among other demands that will be presented to the Prosecutor General by a delegation heading to his office Sunday noon.
Egypt’s deep state is a bureaucratic theocracy. This network forms the infrastructure of the official government. It is accountable to the doctrines put forth by the powerful Islamic clerics of Al-Ahzar Institute. The religion of Islam, when merged with the state, can better exert Allah’s powerful...
Egypt's interior ministry said that the two militants killed on Wednesday in the Cairo suburb of Ma`ādi were planning attacks in response to the earlier killing of an Agnād Masr militant group leader by authorities.
A hiker has discovered a 3,500-year-old Egyptian seal, which is shaped like a scarab beetle. It is thought to represent Pharaoh Thutmose III, who was considered the 'Napoleon of Egypt' as he captured 350 cities during his 54-year rule in the 15th century BC.
A number of rights groups denounced Wednesday the ongoing pretrial detention of Āya Hejāzī, her husband Muhammad Hassanēn, and five others in connection with the case against the Belādī Foundation for Street Children.
Doctors at Mataryia Teaching Hospital decided Friday to submit their resignation to the Minister of Health if alleged police assault on doctors is not investigated.
The unprecedented inclusion of nine people with disabilities in the Egyptian parliament raises questions as to whether it will bring about legal advantages for such persons in Egypt.
"Managing a Facebook page without a license. That was the accusation they used to detain me,” the Egyptian caricaturist Islām Gawīsh told AL Montor in an interview from the Cairo International Book Fair Feb. 2, a few hours after his release. Gawīsh was at the fair to launch volume 2 of “Al-Waraqa...
Cairo Criminal Court postponed Saturday the trial of 739 defendants, including the Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide, to March 26 in a case dubbed as "Rab`a al-`Adaweyya dispersal."


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