President Sisi to Bill and Hillary Clinton: Egyptians are skeptical about the U.S. role in the Middle East. The president expressed his support for the U.S.-led war on terrorism. Despite differences and U.S. criticism of some of Egypt’s internal policies, Henry Kissinger insisted on the importance of the strategic alliance between the two countries.
- “The New Egypt” advertising campaign was unveiled in NYC to promote tourism
- Min. of Education: deadline to apply for teachers’ position Sept. 27
- Archeologist Zahy Hawas: critiques of “Gods of Egypt” prove that the film distorts history of Pharaonic civilization
Sisi declares wide support for U.S. war on Islamic State group despite not providing military assistance, calling on Obama to expand operations fighting terrorism beyond Iraq and Syria.
- Sisi amends article no. 78 of penal code on receiving foreign funds intended to serve purposes harming the national security
- Alaa Abdel Fattah banned from entering Press Syndicate for use of offensive language during chants
- Egyptian expatriate communities from Europe prepare a rally in NYC to support Sisi during his speech at the U.N. General Assembly debate
- Sisi assures that Egypt has the right to fight terrorists on its soil, without joining military forces to the U.S.-led international war on terrorism
- Police Academy expels students who belong to the Muslim Brotherhood and were admitted during the regime of Mohamed Morsi
- High Committee for legislative reform says parliamentary law faces challenges
Sisi meets businessmen and members of the Chamber of Commerce, presents them with two big projects for investment in Egypt.
- The death toll of Egyptians pilgrims in Mecca reaches 4, all among the elderly due to health problems
- Before his U.N. General Assembly speech in NYC, Sisi is to meet the presidents of Palestine, Venezuela, Sudan, Mauritania, Tanzania and Kuwait
- Weird car accident: Speeding car crashes into metro entrance killing two people, found without passengers
Sisi warns Washington from dropping its war on terrorism. The president meets senior officials and public figures in New York, an dstresses strategic alliance with U.S.
- Security forces identify perpetuators of latest Foreign Ministry bombing as members of Ajnad Misr
- At least 15 dead and injured in major accident on Ring Road to Maadi, with more than 10 cars