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A Statement by the Scholars of the Ummah Regarding the Unjust Death Sentences in Egypt
Scholars from many institutions and associations call upon one another to immediately clarify their positions regarding the unjust rulings and caution issued by the Egyptian judiciary to execute twelve scholars and leaders of Islamic activism in Egypt alongside dozens of others sentenced to life imprisonment.
Egypt’s court of cassation sustains 12 “retaliatory” death sentences for Muslim Brotherhood officials
Just a few days before the second anniversary of the passing of former Egyptian President Dr Mohamed Morsi (raḥimahu Allāh), yet another act of injustice has been committed.
Egypt has reopened the only border point between the besieged Gaza Strip and the Arab Republic of Egypt – the Rafah Border Crossing.
Egyptian cartoonist detained after releasing animation in support of 25 January Revolution
An Egyptian animation artist and dentist has been arrested by authorities after being accused of spreading false information and allegedly misusing social media.
“We hope that this progress can lead to a final agreement which looks in reach, and I can say that I am somewhat optimistic that we are close to finalising an agreement between all the nations…”
Abdullah Morsi: ‘Credible’ information suggests Morsi’s son was ‘killed with lethal substance’
“It is quite clear that certain elements of the state were aware of this fact that is only now coming to light.”
Dr Mohamed Mashally: Tributes paid for Egypt’s ‘Doctor of the Poor’
Egyptian Dr Mohamed Mashally – widely known as ‘Doctor of the Poor’ – has returned to his Lord at the age of 76 after a lifetime of treating his patients free of charge.
Egypt: At least 14 people dead as COVID-19 spreads in Egyptian dungeons
At least 14 prisoners and detainees have died from likely COVID-19 complications after uncontrolled outbreaks of the disease at Egyptian prisons and detention centres, according to a report published by Human Rights Watch.
COVID-19: Egypt arrests doctors in attempt to suppress any criticism
“Every day I go to work, I sacrifice myself and my whole family, then they arrest my colleagues to send us a message. I see no light on the horizon.”
Libya: Sisi warns of military ‘intervention’ following Haftar’s battlefield losses
Egyptian coup president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi warns of military ‘intervention’ amid growing tensions over recent victories against renegade commander Haftar and Turkey’s increasing involvement.