Press review July 23
Egyptian Press

Youm7 press


Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis eased the entrance of Afghani and Pakistanis jihadists that helped in el-Wadi el-Gedid attack: security source.

  • Seizing Muslim Brotherhood Funds’ Committee seized all Freedom and Justice Party’s offices.
  • Former Prime minister Hisham Qandil received a financial proposal from Al-Jazeera channel to be hosted on its network: source reported.

Al-Ahram press


Egyptian Intelligence Authority arrested a group of Taiwanese citizens accused of passing international calls that harm national security.

  • The Ministerial Economic Committee decided to raise the financial allocation of the school feeding program from 400 million EGP ($55.9 million) to 800 million EGP ($ 111.8 million).
  • A state of emergency was announced on the Sudan-Egypt border after el-Wadi el-Gedid terrorist accident.

Al-Shorouq press


Security source: Five terrorists who are involved in the el-Wadi el-Gadid attack have been killed in clashes with military forces.

  • 75 thousand farming lands are ready for reclamation in Giza governorate: said Governor Ali Abdulrahman
  • Christians’ displacement in Iraq is against Islamic law: Egyptian Islamist

Al-Masry Al-Youm press

Al-Masry Al-Youm

One Hundred officers were arrested Monday in Turkey and have been detained after being accused of attempting to overthrow Turkish President Erdogan.

  • Ahmed Ezz, one of Mubarak’s era’s business tycoons, was released on a 50 million EGP bail ($6.99 million).

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