The minister said that Egypt fully understands the suffering of victims of terrorism, and that they are not forgotten. He also said that Egypt continues to provide support to victims and their families during these hard times.
On Monday’s session, parliament discussed the new amendments in order to broaden the scope of terrorist entities to include Muslim Brotherhood-linked television channels, radio stations, and social media accounts, which are involved in inciting violence and terrorism, as well as being involved in funding terrorist activities and operations.
During the session, the parliament speaker Ali Abdel Aal said the State Council’s report on the law came in line with what the parliament said. In November, the parliament initially approved new amendments and referred it to the State Council for its advisory opinion.
Egyptian writers followed several topics in Sunday newspaper issues, including the Saturday terrorist attack in Al-Arish which killed and injured 15 military personnel, according to the military. Seven militants were also killed in the clash, the military added. President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s participation in the Munich Security Conference (MSC) has also been tackled. Al-Ahram editorial …