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Anjem Choudary: #ISIS Will Destroy Sphinx and Pyramids in Egypt

Radical British Islamist Anjem Choudary promised when ISIS takes control of Egypt the Sphinx and Pyramids will be destroyed. News.AU... The post Anjem Choudary: #ISIS Will Destroy Sphinx and Pyramids in Egypt appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Egypt Wants To Jail Journalists For Not Falling In Line. It's Been Trained By A US Nonprofit.

17 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

ISTANBUL -- It may soon be illegal to publish news the Egyptian government doesn't like. And a New York City-based nonprofit has seemingly helped these efforts. Egypt's cabinet on Sunday drafted a new law that, if approved by President...Show More Summary

Arrested Muslim Brotherhood Members Suspected of Suez Canal Terror Plot

Thirteen members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been detained in Egypt for allegedly planning acts of terror on the Suez Canal.

Egypt Reacts to Insurgency by Threatening to Jail Journalists

23 hours agoNews : Vice News

Egypt has responded to recent insurgent attacks by planning legislation that would further crackdown on the media, including threatening to jail journalists that contradict official statements and statistics. The cabinet drafted a new...Show More Summary

To Keep ISIS Out, Israel Plans a Fence

Israel's borders with Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt, are protected by a fence. Now, the country has approved a plan to build an 18-mile-long fence along its eastern border with Jordan that could help prevent Islamist extremists and migrants from entering the country. The fence, to run from Eilat to Timna,...

Egypt to foreign journalists: Don’t call them ‘ISIS’ fighters, call them ‘eradicators’

yesterdayNews : BlogPost

Over the weekend, the Egyptian foreign ministry issued a guide to foreign journalists, asking them to reconsider how they refer to certain groups that carry out terror attacks in the country. Alex Ortiz, a producer for CBS News based in Cairo, tweeted one page of the memo that caught his eye: Egypt's Foreign Ministry issues foreign press […]

Egypt Enforces Tough Media Restrictions

One can't blame journalists in Egypt for being confused about what they can (and can't) cover and what language to use in their reports, given the widening chasm between authorities and countless news organizations. Local and foreign...Show More Summary

Ancient Egypt: The Father Of Time

The way in which we divide the day into hours and minutes, as well as the structure and length of the yearly calendar, owes much to pioneering developments in ancient Egypt.

Egypt Busts Suez Terror Plot – Sources

CAIRO, July 6 (Reuters) – Egyptian authorities have arrested 13 members of the Muslim Brotherhood on suspicion of planting bombs around the Suez Canal to disrupt shipping, security sources said on Monday. The waterway, the fastest shipping...Show More Summary

SCO Considering Egypt's Application for Partner Status

The SCO is considering some 11 partner status bids, Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said.

Egypt arrests Brotherhood members for alleged Suez plot: security sources

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities have arrested 13 members of the Muslim Brotherhood on suspicion of planting bombs around the Suez Canal to disrupt shipping, security sources said on Monday.

Egyptian Journalists Face Two-Year Sentence for ‘False’ Data Reports

A new law awaiting approval in Egypt may allow taking legal action against journalists who report non-governmental military statistics.

Egypt Warns Journalists Over Coverage of Militant Attacks

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, facing criticism of his counterinsurgency strategy, compared reporting to a “fourth generation of warfare, and even fifth.”

Great Sphinx of Giza in Egypt: A Photographic Essay

She is a lady in waiting — waiting, that is, in the same spot for greater than 4,500 years. The Great Sphinx of Giza — also known simply as the Sphinx, although there are many other sphinxes in Egypt — is the largest monolith statue in the world created out of limestone. Show More Summary

Vanessa Williams-Skrip: Jim Skrip and Vanessa Marry On Independence Day

Vanessa Williams became Vanessa Williams-Skrip yesterday when she married Jim Skrip in a July 4 ceremony in New York. The wedding was attended by family and friends. Vanessa and Jim met 3 years ago while vacationing in Egypt. Vanessa spoke about Jim during an interview in April with Madame Noire. Show More Summary

Egypt Bans Reporters' Use Of ISIS Terminology

Egypt's Foreign Ministry has issued a new style guide for media coverage of terrorism. It bans the use of the words "ISIS, ISIL or Islamic State." It instructs reporters not to use any religious based terms when referring to terrorist groups,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Egyptian army kills 25 militants in North Sinai: sources

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt’s military launched air strikes and ground operations that killed 25 Islamist militants in North Sinai on Sunday, security sources said, as the country grapples with an increasingly ambitious insurgency based in the region.

"The Ladder of Divine Ascent."

It's a 12th century painting, located in Egypt, that depicts monks on the rungs of a ladder going to Heaven. I went searching for that on my iPhone as I was looking at "Tradition and Innovation: The Human Figure in Contemporary Chinese...Show More Summary

Civilians killed in Egypt's Sinai battles

Two separate incidents kill three children and a woman as Sisi makes unannounced visit to Sinai to rally the troops.

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