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The victims were meeting at a home to participate in a Quranic lecture, which is a regular Friday activity for Muslims, in Gilan district, about 120 km away from Ghazni.
Cruz sponsored legislation in 2017 and in 2019 that would require the White House to decide whether Muslim Brotherhood, which is banned in Egypt, fits criteria for terrorist designation.
Islamic State terrorist group claims responsibility for Burkina Faso attack
Le Drian says battle against terrorism is not being fought by France only, but by international community as well, praising Egypt’s counterterrorism efforts
Current wave of Islamist terrorism in France is reminiscent of recent attacks when IS had caliphate in Syria and Iraq, says professor Max Abrahms
Al Azhar also denounced attack which left three people killed, several others wounded
An 18-year-old Chechen refugee killed French teacher after the latter showed his students controversial Charlie Hebdo caricatures of Prophet Muhammad
The minister said that Egypt fully understands the suffering of victims of terrorism, and that they are not forgotten. He also said that Egypt continues to provide support to victims and their families during these hard times.
One Tunisian National Guard officer killed, another injured in terrorist attack
Police killed three attackers, arrested one
President Al-Sisi stresses that Egypt will not tolerate any terrorist groups or their supporters
Security forces were keen to maintain citizen safety, says resident
37th session of Arab Interior Ministers kicks off in Tunisia
Due to fire exchange with the terrorists, the Egyptian forces managed to kill 10 of them and destroyed a four-wheel-drive vehicle, which was used in the attack.
There are 208 defendants in the case accused of 54 charges, including murder and attempted murder of officers and state officials
On Monday’s session, parliament discussed the new amendments in order to broaden the scope of terrorist entities to include Muslim Brotherhood-linked television channels, radio stations, and social media accounts, which are involved in inciting violence and terrorism, as well as being involved in funding terrorist activities and operations.
The court also imprisoned four people to seven years, 17 to three years, and a one to 1year imprisonment.
During the session, the parliament speaker Ali Abdel Aal said the State Council’s report on the law came in line with what the parliament said. In November, the parliament initially approved new amendments and referred it to the State Council for its advisory opinion.
In May, Libya extradited the convicted militant to Egypt. Al-Ashmawi was seen escorted by two General Intelligence Services agents as he arrived from Libya on board an Egyptian military aircraft.
A final verdict will be issued on 3 November
The army officer-turned-terrorist Ashmwai confessed he was recruiting physicians to be part of a militant group he was forming during the Muslim Brotherhood’s Rabaa sit-in in 2013.
An Egyptian soldier was killed in the attack
Egypt condemns attack on two mosques, expresses sincere condolences to victims’ families
They were accused of forming group in violation to law
Egyptian writers followed several topics in Sunday newspaper issues, including the Saturday terrorist attack in Al-Arish which killed and injured 15 military personnel, according to the military. Seven militants were also killed in the clash, the military added. President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s participation in the Munich Security Conference (MSC) has also been tackled. Al-Ahram editorial …
Best-case scenario to defeat terrorism is mitigating threat, providing services to people that might support terrorists, says analyst
Bombing took place in Habib Bourguiba Avenue, key meeting point for protesters during Arab Spring
Praise given to military operation that arrested Al-Ashmawy
Cassation court reduces sentences for defendants accused in “terror cell”
A report commissioned by the German foreign office shows how in scenarios of instability and conflict, climate change can contribute to the emergence and growth of terrorist groups such as Boko Haram or “Islamic State.”The German foreign office has commissioned a report analyzing the links between climate change and the growth of non-state armed groups …