The Economist (blog)
Western Muslims and Egypt
The Economist (blog)
But according to one well-placed commentator on the world of Islam, developments in Egypt have created some sharp divisions within Muslim communities in the West, especially in North America; and neither side in an increasingly polarised debate has ...
Sisi Is Persecuting, Prosecuting, and Publicly Shaming Egypts Gays
CAIRO—Mohamed was sitting in the steam room nursing his bad back when dozens of Egypt's black-clad police officers burst into the downtown Cairo bathhouse with a TV crew in tow and started to arrest everyone. A few days before, friends of the married ...
Egypt to begin expanding Gaza buffer zone next week
Egypt said Tuesday work will begin next week to double the width of a buffer zone being built along the border with the Gaza Strip to prevent militants infiltrating from the Palestinian enclave. A 500-metre wide buffer zone is now being built along ...
Egypt Extending Its Occupation Of Palestine By Doubling Buffer Zone To Prevent ...
ISIS Is Getting More Organized—and Lethal—in Egypt
Egypt Set to Begin Doubling Gaza Buffer Zone
Egypt, Morocco, and United Arab Emirates ban “Exodus” movie
The Egypt story broke late last week, but a more detailed statement was apparently released a couple of days ago, and the UAE story is new. 1. AP reports that Egyptian censors (1) “objected to 'intentional gross historical fallacies that offend Egypt ...
Egypt bans Ridley Scott's 'Exodus' movie due to 'racist' historical inaccuracies
Egypt Reported to Ban Latest US 'Exodus' Film
Some Countries Are Banning The Moses Movie 'Exodus' Over 'Re...
Al Jazeera surrenders to the dictates of Saudi Arabia and Egypt
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi finally earned the title he deserves: The Al Jazeera media network has started referring to him as “his Excellency the President,” instead of the less flattering titles it used before the recent reconciliation ...
Al Jazeera staff held for one year in Egypt
Protests outside Egyptian embassy in London against imprisonment of journalists
Fate Of Al-Jazeera English Journalists Jailed In Egypt Still Uncertain
Qatar moves to cut ties with Hamas and repair relations with Egypt
Any re-emergence of ties with Egypt would also mean an end to funding the Islamist Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip and forcing Hamas leader-in-exile Khaled Meshaal to leave Qatar. Hamas insisted this weekend Qatar has not cut off its funding and says ...
Egypt-Qatar rapprochement rattles Hamas
Protester killed in Egypt police crackdown on demo
According to reports on Wednesday, Mohamed Hamed, a third-year student at the faculty of medicine at Azhar University, lost his life during clashes with the Egyptian police in Tenth of Ramadan City (El Asher) in Sharqia governorate near the capital.
'Exodus' film banned in Egypt
“In March, Al-Azhar, Egypt's top Islamic body, banned the screening of 'Noah,' another Hollywood biblical epic starring Russell Crowe, saying it violated Islam by portraying a prophet,” AFP reported. The country also censored “The Da Vinci Code” after ...
Three Countries Have Banned Ridley Scott's 'Exodus'
Egypt and UAE Ban 'Zionist' and 'Inaccurate' Film on Exodus
UAE follows Egypt, Morocco in banning Moses epic
Egypt court bans Jewish festival for 'moral offences'
A court in Egypt has banned an annual Jewish festival held in honour of a 19th Century Moroccan rabbi. The Alexandria Administrative Court said its decision was due to "moral offences" committed in previous years. Locals had reportedly complained about ...
Egypt Court Bans Festival Honoring Revered Moroccan Rabbi
Abraaj pulls out of bidding for Egypt's Bisco Misr
Abraaj did not give a reason for its withdrawal from the bidding process, but said the orderly and transparent process had underlined growing investor interest in Egypt. Its latest offer of 88.09 Egyptian pounds per share had amounted to a total ...
Kellogg Set to Win Egypt's Bisco Misr Bid as Abraaj Opts Out
Abraaj bows out of bidding for Egypt's Bisco Misr
Dubai's Abraaj pulls out of bidding for Egypt's Bisco Misr