Tag: Muslim Brotherhood

Three Tunisian politicians suspended under investigation for financing terrorism

January 12, 2022

The anti-terrorism department of the Tunisian ministry of Justice has launched a probe against three members of Islamist party Ennahdah, including the Speaker of the ... Read More

Kuwait hands Cairo over eight Egyptians allegedly linked to Muslim Brotherhood

July 16, 2019

Kuwait has extradited a group of eight Egyptians suspected of having ties with the Muslim Brotherhood movement, outlawed by the Egyptian government as a terror ... Read More

Seven Muslim Brotherhood-linked terrorists killed in Cairo

March 8, 2019

Egyptian security killed seven members of Hasm, a terror group-linked to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood organization, in clashes in capital Cairo. The seven were killed ... Read More

Turkey’s Erdogan vows never to meet al-Sisi with political prisoners still in jails

February 25, 2019

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has pledged never to encounter President Fattah al-Sisi if the latter does not free prisoners, including ousted President Mohamed Morsi ... Read More

Egypt: Nine Muslim brotherhood members hanged

February 21, 2019

Egyptian prison authorities Wednesday executed by hanging nine members of the Muslim Brotherhood for their alleged involvement in the car bomb attack that killed the ... Read More

Egypt Condemns UN Comments on Death Verdicts

September 11, 2018

Egypt’s Foreign Ministry on Monday condemned the comments issued by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, regarding the latest death verdicts ... Read More

Hamas Leaders Seek New Sanctuary in Algeria after Expulsion from Doha

July 18, 2017

The Gaza-based Islamist movement, Hamas, has reportedly asked Algerian authorities to take in leaders who were expelled from Qatar on the backdrop of a stiffening ... Read More

Palestine: Hamas disapproves Saudi terror group label

June 8, 2017

Hamas has reacted in disbelief after the Saudi’s Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir termed it as being part of the extremist and terrorist groups supported by ... Read More

Sudan Threatens to Bring Territorial Dispute with Egypt before UN

February 8, 2017

Tension is brewing between Khartoum and Cairo over the Halaib’s triangle disputed territory on the Red Sea after the long serving Sudanese President Omar Bashir ... Read More

Egypt to Commemorate Coup d’état against Morsi with a Public Holiday

June 27, 2016

Three years after the ousting of President Mohammed Morsi at the end of one year in office in July 2013; the Sisi administration has announced ... Read More