Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis’ decision to declare allegiance to the Islamic State undercuts President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s efforts in the Sinai Peninsula
Sufis have vowed to make an impact during Egypt’s next elections, in an attempt to push back against the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists.
A plurality of Egyptian editors pledged via public statement not to criticize the state's institutions, which some consider a nationalization of media.
A Potential accord will affect the Muslim Brotherhood, which will lose an ally that could have mediated between it and the Egyptian regime.
The Egyptian President has issued a controversial law which authorizes him to repatriate non-Egyptians accused of committing crimes
Building on its alliance with IS, terrorist group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis threatens to spread violence to Egyptian cities outside Sinai
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi's diplomatic trip may indicate that his administration can garner international traction
Pro-Islamist, anti-government demonstrations reported in Kafr Al-Sheikh, Beheira, Alexandria, and Minya in response to call for 'Islamic uprising'
Bombs, threats of violence, and over-hype may all have contributed as the government deploys pre-emptive brakes to Islamists
The Muslim Brotherhood will go ahead with protests, but not with the ultraconservative Salafist Front, which called for the demonstrations