Egypt's Christians worried by Islamists' rise
GIZA, Egypt — Egypt's Christians were worried about their safety on Monday as they marked the first Christmas under Islamist rule, with Coptic Pope Tawadros II urging worshipers “not to be afraid” and some complaining that their lives had gone from ...
Egypt's Pope Urges Copts to 'Not Be Afraid'
Amid Orthodox Christmas, Egypt's Christians fear for their rights under ...
Egypt thwarts bid to attack Coptic church
Christian Science Monitor
In Egypt a new cabinet, but same old IMF problem
Christian Science Monitor
A senior International Monetary Fund official visited Cairo to discuss the type of concessions Egypt would be willing to make in exchange for a $4.8 billion loan that the government hopes will stem the precipitous decline of the Egyptian pound. Skip to ...
Egypt resumes IMF loan talks; doubts about ability to impose required ...
IMF had 'productive' discussion with Egypt
Egypt needs economic stability to secure IMF loan
Obama's Big Egypt Test: Sinai
Egypt's mounting political and economic woes will cause many policy headaches for the Obama administration during the next four years. But in the short run, the Obama administration will have to confront a more immediate risk: that a major terrorist ...
Petition: Thousands oppose weapons deal with Morsi's Egypt
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood launch anti-rodent drive in Alexandria
Islamists strengthened in Egypt reshuffle: reports
Egypt Says It Foils Car Bombing Near Gaza Border
The Egyptian military said Monday it foiled an attempted car bombing that was likely targeting an abandoned church or a nearby military camp under construction along the Egypt-Gaza border. Military spokesman Col. Ahmed Mohammed Ali said in a ...
Egypt Says it Foiled Sinai Church Bombing
Coptic Christians in Egypt have long complained that they are targets of Muslim terrorists, who are trying to drive them out of the country, as well as of discrimination and persecution. In 2011, 23 people were killed and 97 were injured in an attack ...
Egypt says foiled car bombing near Gaza border
Reports on halting 'Operation Sinai' are false: Egypt military spokesman
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Egypt's army foils attempt to attack church on Coptic Christmas
Egypt's army foils attempt to attack church on Coptic Christmas. Egypt's Coptic minority is celebrating their first Christmas under the rule of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, amid fear and uncertainty for their future. By DPA | Jan.07, 2013 | 2:35 ...
Egypt foils attack on Coptic Orthodox church
A second report said the intended target was a nearby military base that has been attacked by Islamist militants before, but the incident highlights the increasing uncertainty felt by many of Egypt's substantial Christian minority in the wake of the ...
Egypt's Mursi backs calls for Assad war crimes trial
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi told CNN on Sunday that he backs Syrian calls for President Bashar al-Assad to be tried for war crimes, and predicted that Assad's regime would fall. “The Syrian people, through their revolution...will, when the ...
Egypt's Morsi Says Assad Should Be Tried for War Crimes
Morsy backs Syrian calls for al-Assad to face war crimes trial
Egypt's Morsi backs calls for Assad war crimes trial
Younger Zawahiri staying put in Egypt
Long War Journal
This past weekend we saw a report by The Independent (UK) claiming that Ayman al Zawahiri's younger brother, Mohammed al Zawahiri, had been arrested in Syria. Anything is possible, but this report struck Bill Roggio and me as probably wrong. Why would ...
Muhamed Sabry, Egyptian activist, first civilian to face military trial
Egyptian soldiers stand guard as protestors opposing President Mohamed Morsi gather during a demonstration at the Presidential Palace on December 18, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. (Daniel Berehulak/AFP/Getty Images). What do you think? Muhamed Sabry, an ...
Blogger Facing Military Trial Must Be Released