While Egypt’s Islamist groups fail to take a common stance on domestic politics, they agree that the Islamic State is giving political Islam a bad reputation.
Youth group says police shot Khaled El-Rashidy during raid in Islamist stronghold of Kerdasa.
The US has sent its largest-ever trade delegation to Cairo, though a large slice of its annual aid remains frozen
A candidate in Egypt's parliamentary elections was reportedly killed in a suicide attack in Iraq, raising concerns about the political expansion of IS.
Egypt's Christian and Muslim leaders renew efforts to ensure religious conversion occurs for spiritual rather than social reasons.
A former leading figure within the armed wing of Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiya was killed on Tuesday in an act of revenge.
The New York-based NGO said in its latest report that Egyptian authorities should release more than one hundred arrested Egyptian students
Student protesters across Egypt denounce a government crackdown on dissent and the imprisonment of their colleagues
While many of the youth leaders who participated in the 2011 movement are in prison, youth-driven politics will continue.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's visit has changed many factors in US-Egyptian relations, but support for the Muslim Brotherhood is not totally gone.