Sisi Slams Israel for 'Violating' Al-Aqsa MosqueIgnoring Islamist violence or Abbas's incitement, Egyptian president attacks Israel and warns of 'consequences for peace.'
Will Islam's Holiest Site be Taken From Saudis?Egyptian leaders say Saudis failing Hajj pilgrimage after crane fall, indicating possible division of authority among Muslim states.
Jordan Blasts Israel for 'Attack' on Temple MountJordan and Egypt condemn Jewish state for 'provocations' and 'escalation' in their defense against Arab rioters on Temple Mount.
Egypt Reaffirms Death Sentences for ISIS MembersCourt in Egypt ratifies death sentences for 12 people convicted of planning attacks for ISIS.
Egyptian Government Quits Over Corruption ScandalPresident al-Sisi instructs oil minister to build new cabinet, only a month before parliamentary elections begin.
Israeli Embassy Reopens in CairoFour years after mob raids the premises, Israeli flag raised once again at the embassy in the Egyptian capital.
Egypt to Open Rafah Crossing for Three DaysEgyptian authorities to open Rafah border crossing starting Monday to allow Gazans to leave for pilgrimage to Mecca.
Egyptian Gas Could Be Plus for Israel, Says ProfThe discovery of a large gas field in Egyptian waters does not mean “the end of the Israeli gas industry,” says Professor Idit Avrahami.
Tripoli Offices of Egyptian Gas Developer BombedWill Islamist radicals attempt to derail development of a huge gas field off Egypt's shores?
Egypt 'Goes Medieval' With Moat Around GazaEgypt on Monday embarked on the second stage of its plan to protect itself from Hamas – construction of a medieval-style moat around Gaza.
Muezzin in Hot Water Over 'Facebook Prayer Call'An Egyptian muezzin is in hot water, after he replaced a traditional line in the prayer call with one about Facebook use.
Egypt Sets Date for Parliamentary ElectionEgypt announces it will hold its parliamentary election starting on October 18-19, as path to democracy continues.
Egypt Summons UK AmbassadorEgypt's Foreign Ministry summons British ambassador to protest comments he made after a judge sentenced three journalists to prison.
'Super Giant' Gas Field Found in Egyptian WatersAn Italian exploration firm searching for gas and oil off Egypt's shores announced Sunday that it had found a huge natural gas deposit.
Egypt Sentences Al-Jazeera Reporters to PrisonEgyptian court sends three Al-Jazeera reporters to prison for broadcasting false news. Washington calls for ruling to be overturned.
Putin: Russia to Build Nuclear Plant in EgyptRussian President says his country will build a nuclear power plant in Egypt, announces greater economic cooperation with Cairo.
Egyptian Student Praises Israeli Freedom, SocietyHaisam Hassanein, an Egyptian student who completed his master's degree studies at Tel Aviv U. has a unique perspective on Israel.
Egypt Closes the Rafah Crossing After Four DaysEgyptian authorities close the Rafah crossing with Gaza after allowing 2,579 Gazans to leave the territory for humanitarian reasons.
4 Hamas Naval Commandos Abducted - by Egypt?Hamas accuses Egyptian intelligence of kidnapping senior commandos who were in Sinai en route to Iran for training.
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Cairo BombingISIS 'Sinai Province' branch claims bomb attack targeting police in Shubra Al-Khaima suburb of Egyptian capital.
Six Wounded in Car Bomb Attack in CairoCar bomb explodes near a national security building in the Shubra neighborhood of Egypt's capital.
Four Palestinians Reportedly Abducted in SinaiGaza's Hamas rulers say gunmen abducted four Palestinians who were on a bus bound for the Cairo airport.
Egypt Opens Gaza Crossing for Four DaysEgypt opens the Rafah crossing for a period of four days, the first time it has done so in two months.
Sisi Approves Special Courts for Terror CasesEgyptian President approves anti-terrorism law that sets up special courts and provides protections to its enforcers.
Former Egyptian President Appeals Death SentenceDeposed President Mohammed Morsi appeals conviction for violence against police and espionage.
Egyptian and PA Reports Provoke TroubleWho needs to incite when you can simply provoke? Egyptian, PA agencies term Defense Minister's visit in Hevron as a "break-in."
Why is Sisi Expanding the Suez Canal?Grand plans by modern-day Egyptian ruler motivated in great part by the same reasons as his predecessor 150 years ago.
Security Source: Infiltrator Problem GrowingAfter 15 migrants jump the fence over the weekend, security source reveals infiltration is on the rise again.
Kerry Begins Middle East Visit in EgyptSecretary of State John Kerry arrives in Cairo before heading to Qatar to discuss nuclear deal. Israel not on the itinerary.
Egypt Tests Out Second Suez CanalEgypt conducts trial run on new Suez Canal route, plans to open for traffic in two weeks.
Wanted Terrorist Calls for 'Holy War' Against SisiFormer Egyptian commander who joined ISIS-linked jihadists calls for holy war against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
ISIS Hits Egyptian Patrol Ship With a RocketPatrol ship confronts ISIS jihadists in Sinai, in gunbattle ISIS scores direct rocket hit; Egypt says none killed.
Hamas, Saudis to Work Together Against ISIS?There's no love lost between Hamas and Saudi Arabia, but a common enemy may bring the two together.
Cleric Laments Egyptian Army Not Conquering IsraelAt Al Aqsa Mosque, preacher laments Egypt's ex-President Morsi would have had Egyptian army 'in Zikhron Yaakov by now.'
ISIS Bombs the Italian Consulate in CairoOne dead, 10 wounded as ISIS attacks Western target in Egypt for the first time, and warns it will attack similar targets in future.
Egyptian Bank Claims Ownership of King David HotelState-owned bank sues for 1,000 stocks of Jerusalem's luxurious hotel it bought before the establishment of the state of Israel.
Sisi: Israel-PA Peace Will Make the Region SaferEgyptian President meets delegation of the American Jewish Committee, calls for peace between Israel and the PA.
Egypt's New Anti-Terror Law Could Kill JournalistsJournalists' union warns 'unconstitutional' new law will allow the state to execute reporters for contradicting official reports.
Egypt Kills 63 Jihadists in the SinaiEgypt's military launches airstrikes and ground operations on Sinai jihadists, killing 63.
Netanyahu Slams Faulty Iran DealCurrent deal being assembled 'worse' than 1994 North Korean nuclear deal, Netanyahu argues, ahead of July 7 deadline.
Third Exploded Rocket Found in Eshkol RegionRocket found exploded in open area on Saturday believed to have been part of barrage fired by ISIS affiliate Sinai Province in Egypt.
Sisi: We Foiled ISIS Attempt to Set Up StateEgyptian President says his country foiled an attempt by ISIS to seize territory and set up an extremist state in the Sinai.
One Killed in Protest in CairoCivilian dies in Egyptian capital as protesters mark the second anniversary of the army's overthrow of president Mohammed Morsi.
ISIS in Egypt: More Than Meets the EyeIs Hamas cooperating with ISIS in Sinai, or threatened by it? Should Israel be worried? And how might the Turkish government be involved?
Egypt May 'Invite' IDF to Strike ISIS in GazaEgyptian sources tells Israeli media that if ISIS conquest of Sinai spreads to Gaza, Sisi may want Israel to crack down on the enclave.
Egypt Passes Anti-Terror Law after Sinai AttackEgypt's government adopts law which stipulates harsher punishments to those convicted of terrorism.
IDF Boosts Border Presence After Egypt AttacksKerem Shalom and Nitzana crossings closed, areas near Egypt cleared after ISIS-linked attacks kill 50 Egyptian soldiers.
Egypt Air Force Hits ISIS Positions After AttackAfter some 50 soldiers killed in coordinated jihadist assault, Egyptian air force pounds terrorist positions in restive Sinai Peninsula.
Egyptian State Prosecutor Dies in Cairo Bomb BlastHisham Barakat injured along with several bodyguards in blast targeting his convoy in Egyptian capital.
Israel Lauds Egyptian TV Show, then Regrets ItShow tries to overcome local Jew hatred by presenting love story of Muslim man and Jewish woman, but airs hostility to the Jewish state.
Egypt Closes Rafah Crossing After Three DaysEgyptian authorities close the Rafah Crossing after keeping it open for three days for humanitarian purposes.
Egypt Kills 22 Suspected Terrorists in the SinaiEgyptian security forces kill 22 suspected terrorists who were planning to target security forces in the North Sinai province.
Morsi's Lawyers Appeal Jail SentenceLawyers for Egypt's deposed Islamist president appeal his sentencing to 20 years in prison for the arrest and torture of protesters.
Egypt: Court Upholds Mohammed Morsi Death SentenceFormer Islamist president - together with Muslim Brotherhood leaders - sentenced 2011 jailbreak, spying for Hamas.
Suicide Bomber Strikes Iconic Egyptian TempleLuxor, a key tourist spot featuring ancient statues and tombs, comes under attack - two of three suicide bombers foiled.
Egypt Blasts HRW Over Report on Rights AbusesEgypt says Human Rights Watch report condemning it of "flagrant human rights abuses" victimizes Egypt.
Sinai Terrorists Claim Rocket Attack on UN AirportSinai Province, Islamic State's Egypt affiliate, fires rockets on an airport in Sinai used by UN peacekeeping forces.