Documents reveal ex-official Yehya Mousa’s plans of targeting a number of churches in Cairo during Christmas festivities.
Yemeni parliamentarian Abdel-Wahed el-Daam revealed that former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh was assassinated at his home.
International organizations and officials stated that Qatar, Turkey, Iran, Israel and the U.S. are accused of supporting terrorist groups in the Arab region.
Vodafone’s latest commercial campaign, featuring popular puppet star Abla Fahita, was banned from broadcasting on TV.
Arabic has more than 290 million native speakers and millions of others with some level of fluency.
Tisdall said in his article “Sisi response to Friday’s atrocity at al-Rawdah mosque in northern Sinai was wholly predictable.”
Iranian media outlets denied reports of sending warships to protect Qatar, assuring that the news is completely groundless.
Thousands of members of a tribe called Qahtan, which is based in eastern of Saudi Arabia on border line with Qatari, staged a protest against the Qatari Emir Tamim
The presence of the Egyptian President Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi played a major role in the success of the WYF.
A number of prominent singers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) launched on Tuesday a new song attacking Qatari leadership.
Human rights groups voiced their angry reactions to banning Qatari lawyer and former Justice Minister Najeebal-Nuaimi from traveling.
Egypt Today compiles all known information on the Giza attack for your briefing.
Human rights groups in Egypt and abroad have sharply condemned Monday’s election of 15 new members for the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Abdel-Moniem stated that he will submit a memorandum to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, demanding advocacy for the peaceful opposition in Qatar.
Political experts expect the opposition in Qatar to escalate, after the Qatari regime froze all assets belonging to Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al-Thani.
Palestinian Hamas and Fatah factions will resume the second session of their national dialogue in Cairo on Wednesday
Mosfer continued attacking the Qatari tribes, posing threats of using lethal weapons against them if they protest against the Qatari Emir.
Qatari opposition is assumed to be orchestrating demonstrations on October 13, 2017, in order to topple the current Qatari regime.
Palestinian organizations and public opinion called on the two movements to take into consideration the interest of different Palestinian issues .
A delegation of the Palestinian nationalist political party, Fatah, will visit Cairo on Friday to hold discussions on resolving the Fatah-Hamas conflict.