Latest in Tag: ISIL Highlight
Latest in Tag: ISIL
Latest incidents put opposition in division crisis, says Revolutionary Socialists group
Presiding judge in the case was announced as a target by the group
Brutal and inhumane method contradicts simplest basics of human rights and religion, says Al-Gendy
Local militias initially thwarted advance, but monitoring group announced IS is now almost completely in control of Yarmouk
Meanwhile, UN claims “important progress” in Libyan peace talks
Could policies towards the Brotherhood affect the strategic alliance?
Group crossed Dabdab border gate with Libya, opened under exceptional circumstances
Al-Sisi discusses regional affairs with European representatives at Economic Summit
Parliament will keep marginalising Christian community unless state expresses serious interest in issue, says rights activist
Decision lies between joining US-led coalition and possible Italy-led European regional coalition
Despite escalating turmoil, Egyptians in Libya said they are unwilling to return to Egypt
Organisations, governments demand unified response as Libyan ambassador warns of further attacks on Copts
The abuse of human rights is as destabilising as extremist groups, argues civil society groups.
Several solidarity marches took to the streets following prayer for him in Amman
An unsubstantiated statement affirming Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis’s loyalty to ISIS went viral on international news outlets
Egypt’s religious institutions play important role in fight against ISIS, says Kerry
Challenges confronting Arab region exceed security measures taken, says Arab League head El-Araby
Egyptian ministry says rise of ISIS is phenomenon worthy of study
Europe should not allow abuse of freedom of expression to incite violence, says Egyptian foreign minister
After taking over parts of Iraq, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) announced the establishment of a Caliphate or Islamic State
Al-Nusra and other rebel groups in Syria have been locked in fierce fighting with ISIL since January that has killed thousands of fighters.
The militant onslaught has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, alarmed world leaders, and put Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki under pressure at home and abroad.
Security forces in Mosul wilted in the face of the onslaught, in some cases abandoning uniforms and even vehicles in their haste to flee.
An army major confirmed that the town and its surrounding areas were in insurgent hands.
Arab League Council rejects interference in Iraqi affairs, calls for reconciliation through dialogue
Embassy and consulate in contact with Egyptians workers inside Iraq
Egyptian embassy staff continues to contact Egyptian communities amidst ongoing clashes in Iraq
AFP – A bomb attack targeting a weapons bazaar in eastern Syria close to the Iraqi border killed 30 “terrorists” on Saturday, state television reported. “A big explosion hits a terrorist arms market in Mayadeen, killing 30 terrorists and wounding dozens of others,” the television reported. Just 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the Iraqi border, …
Baghdad embassy in touch with Egyptian communities in Iraq
Obama said Washington was examining “all the options” to help Iraq’s beleaguered security forces