Egyptian authorities busted a suspected terrorist cell on Saturday that was allegedly planning to blow up a church during Eid al-Fitr. The arrested ...
Within hours of the video appearing on social media, the Jordanian government executed two Iraqi terrorists
The two militants were members of the militant group Ansar Beit al-Maqdis
Concerns about the financial and psychological damage sustained by locals are emerging
A decree by President Sisi also widens military trials of civilians suspected of attacking states infrastructure
The defendants chanted “down with military rule” as Judge Hassan Fareed read out the sentences at the court convened at a police academy in Cairo
Interior Minister Mohammad Ibrahim exposes 225 alleged members of 44 terrorist cells
By delivering the Apaches to Egypt, America is showing its Gulf allies that Washington is now taking al-Sisi’s presidential run seriously
The framework for their relationship appears to prioritize security and counterterrorism, while acknowledging differences on democratic promotion
The incidents come after Egypt vowed to fasten its grip on the Muslim Brotherhood movement
Egypt considers the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group and blames it for a wave of violence that has hit the country
A militant attack against an army bus carrying wounded soldiers left one army personnel dead
This week, we take a look at Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, an extremist group which has claimed responsibility for a number of attacks in Egypt. We take an in ...
The defendant received eight years on charges of inciting protests, mocking the monarch and criticizing the security services
Hamas condemned the ruling, saying it targeted the Palestinian cause
An Islamist militant group based in the remote Sinai desert is emerging as a major threat to Egypt's stability
Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis has been associated with almost every terrorist attack that hit Egypt after the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood
The ousted Islamist leader is accused of inciting the killing of opposition protesters in 2012 outside the presidential palace
The Brotherhood wants the Egyptian people to awake to mornings full of blood, murder and violence.
The decision came a day after the organization was declared a terrorist group
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