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Egyptian Court Denies Appeal, Sending Morsi to 20 Years in Prison

On December 5, 2012, clashes broke out outside the Ittihadiya presidential palace between Muslim Brothers and protesters that left 11 Egyptians dead.

Cairo Court Postpones Morsi Appeal Hearing

Morsi was also sentenced to death in April 2015, over a 2011 jailbreak. In June 2016 he was given a life sentence for passing state secrets to Qatar.

The Bedfellows Are Getting Stranger and Stranger

With Jordan looking like the hungry ISIS's next meal, the kingdom is looking to Israel for help.

Egypt Warns US to Exercise Restraint in Missouri

Don't you feel just a tad jealous of Egypt right now?

Morsi to Stand Trial Again

Overthrown Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi will be standing trial again. This time Morsi is being accused of "collaborating with foreign organisations to commit terrorist acts...

Israel Finally Names New Ambassador to Egypt

The Israeli foreign ministry has named Middle East specialist Chaim Koren as the next ambassador to Egypt after several months of being without an...

51 Dead in as Egyptians Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Yom Kippur War

The sound of heavy gunfire was reported, as well as army jets and F-16 fighters hovering in formations over several cities.

Egypt Kills 28 Morsi Backers ‘Celebrating’ Yom Kippur War

Egyptian military forces killed at least 28 supporters of Mohammed Morsi Sunday and would dozens of others after they crowded the streets of Cairo...

Muslim Brotherhood Outlawed in Egypt – Again

An Egyptian court has outlawed the Muslim Brotherhood leaving the short-lived leading political party of the country back where it was under the Mubarak...

Egyptian Army Saves Christians from Muslim Terrorists

The most dramatic change in Egypt is the war on Islamic terror. Its success can be measured by the army’s rescuing Christians from Islamists. Obama should be jealous; Christians in the PA should be so lucky.

A New ‘Arab Spring’ in Egypt Aimed at Wiping out Radical Islam

Egypt may be on the verge of doing what Israel, Europe and the United States have not been able to do – rid the country of unlicensed Islamic clerics who preach violence and rebellion.

Egyptian Jews: We support Military’s Fight against Terrorism

When Magda Haroun was out on the streets during the unrest now rocking Egypt’s capital, she saw someone standing over the body of a...

Qatar’s Risky Overreach

Within hours of Morsi's departure, the streets of Cairo were awash with anti-Qatari banners accompanied by the obligatory anti-US and anti-Israel slogans.

As Egypt Nears Civil War, Israel on High Alert

Near the Sinai peninsula, the Israeli Defense Forces continue on high alert, watching every suspicious movement in the sands near the Egyptian border for signs of the next attack.

Evidence that Morsi Actually Lost the Egyptian Presidency

Ahmed Shafiq, the former air force commander and former president Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, actually won the presidential race by a narrow margin.

Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood

The Egyptian army is fighting a movement that is extremely anti Semitic as a part of its religious theology.

Egyptian Government: No Deal with Muslim Brotherhood

Egyptian presidential media adviser Ahmed El-Muslimany has denied a report by Reuters that the government offered the Muslim Brotherhood ministerial posts, to release several...

El-Sisi Slams US for Abandoning the Egyptian People

When he was pressed on his presidential ambitions, he responded that he is not the type who "aspire for authority."

Pro-Morsi Marchers Challenging Army, Risking New Violence

On Friday, an investigating judge ordered Morsi's detention over his alleged contacts with the terrorist organization Hamas.

US Suspends Delivery of F-16s to Egypt Due to Political Turmoil

Under a deal entered into between the U.S. and Egypt in 2010, the U.S. was supposed to deliver an additional four F-16 Fighter Jets this summer. The Pentagon announced that President Obama decided to delay delivery of the planes because of Egyptian unrest.

A Coup by Any Other Name Allows US Aid to Continue

While the government lawyers are looking into the matter, the hands on the US aid spigot will ignore the "c" (coup) word, and U.S. aid to Egypt will continue flowing.

US Backs Wrong, Evil, Horse in Egypt

For Obama, the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood attained power in a more-or-less free election, outweighs the fact that their political principles are thoroughly anti-democratic.

Egypt Turning Into Syria as Youths Thrown off Roof (Graphic Video)

Violence in the streets underscores the irreparable rift that is turning Egypt into Syria.

Monsour Backtracks: ElBaradei Not Appointed PM

Interim Egyptian President Adly Monsour backtracked on Saturday night, and said that ElBaradei was not appointed as Prime Minister of Egypt, following the military...

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