22 Egypt Islamists get death for attacking police

Twenty-two Islamists in Egypt were sentenced to death on Wednesday for attacking a police station in the violence following the ouster of then president Mohamed Morsi in a coup in 2013.

Egypt Islamists vow further protests amid crackdown

Supporters of Egypt`s deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi vowed more rallies and called for marches tomorrow despite a harsh police crackdown on their movement.

Egypt activists, Islamists clash, more than 120 hurt

More than 120 people have been injured in clashes between opposition protesters and Islamists near the headquarters of Egypt`s ruling Muslim Brotherhood in the capital.

‘Egypt’s opposition groups risk losing last chance to beat Islamists’

Disparate opposition groups are so divided in Egypt that they risk losing in the upcoming Parliamentary elections in the country to Islamists, analysts and activists have said.

Egypt Islamists rally against ruling military

The gathering in Cairo`s central Tahrir Square was relatively small.

‘Egypt Islamists to honour peace deal with Israel’

In 1979, Egypt became the first Arab country to sign a
peace treaty with Israel.

Egypt Islamists claim 62% in latest voting

The two parties chalked up 65 per cent in the first two
phases of Egypt`s first general election since the February
ouster of president Hosni Mubarak.

Egypt Islamists vow to protect churches on Christmas

In January 2010, six Copts were shot dead as they emerged
from a Coptic Christmas Eve mass.

Hundreds of Egypt Islamists rally over bin Laden death

The protesters marched from a mosque controlled by the hardline Salafi sect.

Egypt Islamists condemn `irregularities` ahead of vote

The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt`s largest opposition group,denounced "corruption and
irregularities" ahead of Tuesday`s elections for parliament`s upper house.