Egypt's president pledges to ease up on crackdown in restive Sinai, not pursue ...
EL-ARISH, Egypt — Egypt's new Islamist president on Friday pledged to ease up on the crackdown in the country's restive Sinai Peninsula and not pursue hundreds of fugitives from the lawless region that has seen a surge in militancy and cross-border ...
Egypt president visits Sinai to "reassure" Copts
Egypt president visits Sinai to 'reassure' Copts
Morsy visits Arish to discuss security, talk to Copts
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Woman runs for leadership of Egypt's largest Islamist political party
CAIRO – For the first time, a woman is running for the leadership of the political party of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's most powerful Islamist group. Sabah el-Saqari says she wants to increase female participation in politics and even defends a ...
The Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt's Coming Economic Storm
Egypt's Morsi Seeks Middle Way To Regain Mideast Leadership
Will Egypt seize Libya for its oil?
Ma'an News Agency
Egypt's Christians - Distraught and Displaced
Right Side News
Reuters reported last week that "Most Christians living near Egypt's border with Israel [in the town of Rafah in Sinai] are fleeing their homes after Islamist militants made death threats and gunmen attacked a Coptic-owned shop." Photos of desecrated ...
Egypt releases 2 boys accused of desecration
Egypt: 2 Coptic Boys Are Held as Contempt-of-Religion Cases Rise
Egypt releases Coptic children held in blasphemy case
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's leading female voice for change warns that revolution is backsliding
Christian Science Monitor
Egyptian women shout slogans and beat drums during a protest against the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic parties in front of the presidential palace in Cairo on October 4. The women were also demonstrating in support of women's rights in the ...
Egypt's hardline Islamist party unravels
Bryan College Station Eagle
CAIRO — Internal feuds are threatening to unravel the political party of Egypt's ultraconservative Islamist Salafis, as pragmatists try to shake off the control of hardline clerics who reject any compromise in their stark, puritanical version of Islam ...
Women Council Slams Nour for Shunning Female MPs
Politics in Egypt benefit from compromise
Woman bids to lead Egypt Islamist party
CAIRO (AP) — For the first time, a woman is running for the leadership of the political party of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's most powerful Islamist group. Sabah el-Saqari says she wants to increase female participation in politics and even defends ...
The Voice of Russia
FM Denies Sending Forces to Syria
Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr denied recent claims about the possibility of dispatching Egyptian forces to Syria. Egypt did not and will not send troops to Syria, Amr stressed in Peru, underling that Egypt did not even think of such a step. Amr ...
Egypt, Arab League criticize Syria over Turkey incident
Egypt warns against Syria crisis spreading after Turkey strike
Lavrov to discuss Syria issues in Egypt and Saudi Arabia in November
Analysis: Egypt's Mursi dogged by own promises in first 100 days
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi has won grudging respect from detractors in his first 100 days by sending the army back to barracks faster than anyone expected and raising Egypt's international profile in several newsmaking visits ...
Interfaith Website Relaunched in Egypt in Spirit of CMS Pioneers
Orient and Occident online magazine seeks to promote not just coexistence but cooperation with Muslims. It was Egyptian media that brought the appalling "Innocence of Muslims" trailer to the wider attention of Muslims around the world. The consequences ...
New York Times
Pyramids by the Nile. Egypt? No, Sudan.
New York Times
We were intent on exploring the remote — and safe — northern region of the Nubian Desert, clustered with more pyramids than Egypt and nearly unvisited by outsiders. But more than any particular destination, I was interested in the people. I was ...