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Israel’s prime minister has pledged to help Africa fight terrorism on day two of his tour of the continent. Netanyahu said that in matters of security, Africa had no better friend than the state of Israel.
War, conflict, terrorism, cyberattacks, violent crime: Threatened people are investing in their protection. A new study sheds light on the current global risks and the security industry that profits from them.
The reality of terrorism certainly extends far beyond the alleged definition the world has assigned to it. While the US depicts terrorism within the narrow frame of specific individual groups, such as Islamic State (IS), it is in fact a universal phenomenon that needs to be addressed not only structurally, but also from the motivational …
France says it stands by Egypt’s efforts to combat terrorism
Attack targeted guards near borders with Libya
The bombing at Ataturk Airport is the most recent attack in a long line of lethal assaults Turkey has seen over the past year. The country is struggling to defend itself against Kurdish militants and Islamist terrorists.
Police continue to be the target of unidentified assailants in North Sinai
The most difficult thing Muslims are facing in western communities is the way people look at them, as if they were defendants charged with a crime called Islam. I once wrote about a Russian professor who called me to quote my opinion on two terror bombing incidents that occurred in a city in southern …
In a video blog, the father of Omar Mateen said he did not know that his son had a “grudge in his heart”
The conflict between the media and the state in the struggle for press freedom reached its peak in May with unprecedented attacks on the Press Syndicate and its leaders
The terror attack against Israeli civilians in Tel Aviv shows just how convoluted the conflict is. Israelis and Palestinians are equally responsible, says political scientist Sylke Tempel.
Muslims faced by controversial fatwas while state tightens grip on mosques
The president and Iraqi FM reviewed counter-terrorism efforts and the fight against IS
The Egyptian side is taking the Russian recommendations seriously, says Neradko
The agreement aims to protect personal data transferred across the Atlantic, following revelations of large-scale US snooping. The “Umbrella Agreement” will aid in the fight against cross-border crime and terrorism.
Al-Sisi and Orbán also discussed current developments in the Middle East especially the Libyan and Syrian crises which impact security in both regions
Al-Azhar University plans to host an interreligious conference by end of this year in Egypt
This comes as part of the ongoing Martyr’s Right operation
Pilot labels fire hazard as plausible cause, while another senior presidential pilot rules out technical failures
Families and friends mourn the 66 lives lost in EgyptAir aeroplane crash while hundreds stand in solidarity and pay tribute
Aviation and navigation take priority over ground communication in an in-flight emergency, says safety and accident investigation professor
Hisham Barakat’s motorcade was targeted by assailants in June 2015, which led to his assassination
The experts tackled issues of terrorism, the Ethiopian dam, and the Arab league’s role during a conference on Saturday
The lack of respect for human rights will negatively affect investment and stability, says German Ambassador to Egypt
The Egyptian state uses the terrorism law to suppress journalists’ coverage of the North Sinai conflict
Security forces’ vehicle targeted Wednesday in Sheikh Zuwaid
Media responsibility versus media accountability: journalists
I know I will not be the first or the last to write about the problem of unemployment in Egypt, but here, I will address in a few lines the disaster—not problem—of unemployment, which continues to snowball on a daily bases, causing frustration among the youth and their families every hour of every day. The …
The defendants are no longer wanted in relation to any other case
The delegation was headed by Republican Senator Lindsey Graham