The assaults took place Sunday by 100 militants who were riding motorbikes.
Madbouli showcased that many terrorist groups used social media to propagate their discourse.
Egypt's Minister of Foreign affairs Sameh Shokry received Tuesday a video call from his Afghan counterpart.
Sisi affirmed that noble religious values have nothing to do with extremist acts and expressed rejection that any religion is stained with terrorism charges.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli delivered Sunday a speech at the House of Representative.
Muslims should not bear the brunt of the actions of a deviated group, Sisi said.
Saudi Arabia on Saturday affirmed its support to Egypt in “its right to defend its borders and people against acts of extremism and terrorist militias and their supporters” in Libya.
Military engineers could detect and destroy five explosive devices that were planted to target the armed forces.
The "Combating Extremism & Hate Speech on Digital Platforms"’ panel discussion examined the definition of hate speech and the different approaches to deal with it.
Sisi on Wednesday expressed Egypt's willingness to cooperate with Senegal, as a country that spreads moderate Islamic thought in West Africa region, to combat extremist ideology, the Presidency said in a statement.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Saturday urged relevant authorities to continue to exert maximum efforts to counter terrorism.
Supreme Sharia Judge in the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Sedki Al Habbash on Tuesday asserted that the biggest challenge facing the Islamic nation is extremism and terrorism.
The center is set to include specialists in religions, languages and humanities to counter extremism.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Saturday said that Egypt is seeking to express the interests of the African peoples and their need to achieve stability and progress.
Shokry and Jeffrey examined the latest developments on the Syrian scene and the updates of counterterrorism efforts.
Al Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism issued on Monday a detailed report on its publications.
The minister said it is not credible, and backs the terrorist ideology
“The judiciary must make a decision on the secret society of the Muslim Brotherhood...What is happening is a threat to the national security,” the Tunisian president said.
Awad presented the developments on the Somali scene including measures taken to rebuild state institutions and develop security forces.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received on Tuesday the chief justices of African constitutional and supreme courts.