On the same platform used by the Grand Rabbi of Egypt, stood Al-Tahrir’s Preacher Mohamed Abdullah Nasr after a group Iftar organized by the Jewish community.
Rampant torture, arbitrary arrests and detentions signal catastrophic decline in human rights one year after ousting of Morsi.
The Egyptian government has approved in principle the plan to apply for a loan worth $1 billion from the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC).
Egyptian police arrested Wednesday four members of an Islamist militant group over bomb blasts near a presidential palace.
Four bombs exploded Thursday ahead of planned Muslim Brotherhood protests against authorities.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fatah Al-Sisi issued a decree amending the law governing Egyptian universities.
Egypt has defended its judicial system at the United Nations amid a global outcry over the jailing of three al-Jazeera journalists.
Grave risk to media freedom in Egypt as journalists face ‘terror charges’.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sissi landed in neighbour Sudan on Friday.
A donation from convicted Al Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy is meant to help Egypt's troubled economy and not seek a presidential pardon, says brother.