This Week in Egypt: Week 25 ( June 19-25)


Top headlines

  • Egypt to extend state of emergency for three months
  • Egypt’s Sisi ratifies contested deal handing Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
  • Egypt’s constitutional court temporarily halts all verdicts on islands transfer deal
  • Interior Ministry kills three leading figures of ‘Hasm’ militant group
  • Egypt’s police repel major militant attack in North Sinai
  • Egypt says 7 militants in connection with recent attacks on Christians were killed in raid on desert camp

 Tiran and Sanafir via BBC

Tiran and Sanafir Red Sea Islands via BBC

Main headlines 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

 Thursday

  • Egypt to extend state of emergency for three months for three months
  • Egypt says 7 militants in connection with recent attacks on Christians were killed in raid on desert camp
  • Interior Ministry kills three leading figures of Hasm militant group
  • Sisi arrives in Entebbe for Nile Basin countries summit
  • Al-Azhar prepares bill to counter hatred, violence in the name of religion
  • Cairo to host political consultations with Sudan

Friday

Saturday

  • Egypt’s Sisi ratifies contested deal handing Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
  • Egypt strongly condemns ‘vile’ attempt to attack Grand Mosque in Mecca
  • UN and international organizations condemn death sentences against 6 people in Egypt 

Sunday

Good Reports

From Twitter

Plus

3Finally here are Jayson Casper’s prayers for Egypt

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