Egypt's justice minister sacked for saying he would arrest prophet Mohammed
Egypt's prime minister has sacked justice minister Ahmed al-Zind after he was criticised for saying he would jail Islam's prophet Mohammad himself if he broke the law. Zind's comments came in a televised interview on Friday. Upon realising what he had ...
Egyptian minister sacked for pledge to jail Prophet Muhammad
Egypt justice minister sacked after saying he would arrest Mohammad
Egypt's justice minister sacked after comments criticized as blasphemous
Egypt Media Says Country Is Facing Euro-Islamist Conspiracy
Egyptian media and lawmakers have accused the Muslim Brotherhood of bribing European Parliament members to adopt a resolution stating a "grave concern" that Egyptian authorities might be culprits in the torture and killing of an Italian graduate ...
Egypt OKs Plan for €3B Military Gear Loan From France
GABORONE, Botswana — The Egyptian parliament has approved government plans to secure a €3.37 billion (US $3.76 billion) loan to fund the acquisition of weapons and military equipment, including Navy vessels and fighter jets, as part of the country's ...
Orillia Packet & Times
Egypt airport officers deface Bryan Adams' guitar
Bryan Adams was left shocked and disappointed when his vintage guitar was defaced by airport customs officers in Egypt. The Canadian rocker has posted a picture of his instrument, after Arabic letters and numbers had been scrawled on it in bright green ...
Egypt airport officers deface Adams' guitar | Orillia Packet and Times
@bryanadams on Instagram: “Airport customs graffiti on my 1946 Martin D-18 in Cairo, Egypt. Back to the luthier ...
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Middle East Eye
A 'dormant volcano': The battle of Egypt's independent unions
Middle East Eye
CAIRO - A Giza court on Sunday again postponed ruling on a case that could see Egypt's independent labour unions banned, defence lawyers told Middle East Eye. The call to ban the independent unions initially came more than a year ago when an affiliate ...
MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf mixed as volumes decline; Egypt flat
DUBAI, March 13 Stock markets in the Gulf were mixed on Sunday as trading volumes shrank from the previous week. Egypt closed flat, ending six days of gains. Riyadh's index added 0.2 percent to 6,369 points, again shying away from technical resistance ...
Egypt Discovers 'Enormous' Gaza Tunnels
These enormous tunnels, some of which stretch for over three kilometers, are designed to traverse the security zone Egypt set up between the border with Gaza and the Sinai. This security zone – which ranges between half a kilometer and a kilometer in ...
Hamas delegation arrives in Cairo hoping to begin 'new phase' in Egypt relations
Hamas delegation in Cairo for talks with Egyptian intelligence ...
Hamas Delegation Arrives in Cairo for Talks With Egyptian Intelligence
Egypt court sentences blogger to three years in prison
Taymour El-Sobky was charged on Saturday for insulting women in the North African country by saying that roughly 45 per cent of married Egyptian women cheat on their spouses. El-Sobky made this remarks on a talk show in December. According to reports ...
Egypt Court Sentences Blogger to 3 Years for Insulting Women
Egypt sentences blogger to 3 years for insulting women | The Times ...
Egyptian man sentenced to 3 years in prison for calling women immoral
Egypt TV Host Says Hillary Clinton Is an 'Old Bag' and 'Just as Bad' as Trump
An Egyptian television host called Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton an “old bag” as he accused her of creating the problems in Syria, Libya and Iraq. Television host Mohamed Al-Ghiety – who has previously voiced controversial ...
New York Times
Where's My Mercedes? Egypt's Financial Crisis Hits the Rich
New York Times
Wealthy Egyptians were among President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's most ardent supporters after he seized power in 2013, favoring stability and a harsh crackdown on Islamists, even at the cost of civil liberties. But that loyalty is being tested now, as ...
Repression Won't Contain Egypt's Imminent Unrest
Ted Cruz Praises Repressive Egyptian Leader
As hard times hit, Egyptians at last find fault with Sisi