In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on January 19.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on January 2.
A Christian man from Minya, Upper Egypt, has surfaced on social media for his improvised chants that glorify Islam’s Prophet Mohamed.
Egypt’s First Lady Intissar al-Sisi congratulated the Egyptian people on the occasion of the anniversary of Prophet Mohammed’s birthday.
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Shokry added that the fall of scores of victims in Gaza Strip composes a threat to peace and security in the Middle East.
On May 3, many important events that changed the world map took place.
Throughout the ages, the Egyptian state has been a distinct model of national unity between the two weavers of the nation, Muslims and Copts.
Egypt Today has compiled statements by Al-Azhar Imam Dr. Ahmed al-Tayeb in relation to Christians and their holidays as Christmas of Orthodox Christians, the sect of the majority of Christians in Egypt, approaches on Jan. 7.
Egypt’s president Abdel Fatah al Sisi denounced insulting prophets and messengers under the pretext of 'freedom of expression', demanding stopping all acts that hurts the feelings of a million and half Muslims all over the world, and not to blame them for others actions.
The ministry also suspended Friday prayer and other congregational prayers.
An Egyptian court ruled on Sunday that all Shiite websites and T.V. channels in Egypt be closed.
Gomaa said cooperation between Awqaf female scholars and the nuns in a number of national awareness issues has won massive global applause.
A total number of 80 niqabi researchers at Cairo University filed an appeal against a previous decision by the Administrative Judiciary Court banning them from the face veil on campus.
President of Cairo University Mohamed el-Khosht said that Monday’s ruling to ban teaching staff from wearing niqab at campus “adheres to the university’s customs.”
he Secretary-General of Muslim World League, Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Issa, received the prestigious, International Al-Hasan ibn Ali prize on Wednesday.
he Norwegian Muslims, who organized an event to recite Holy Quran in the street, were backed by a large number of the Norwegian city of Kristiansand’s inhabitants, who decried the burning that took place this month in their area.