A number of violent actors operating inside Egypt—some jihadi and others not—seem poised to instigate a deadly Islamist insurgency the likes of which Egypt has never seen, even in the
Washington, D.C. – The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) gravely condemns the rash of terror attacks that have taken place in Egypt over the course of the past
Three explosions occurred near Ittihadeya Palace, the presidential residence on June 30, 2014, on the anniversary of the first round of protests that lead to Morsi’s ousting in 2013. The
Egypt’s Court for Urgent Matters labeled Ajnad Misr (Soldiers of Egypt) a terrorist organization. This designation came after lawyer Ahmed Soliman filed a complaint with the court asking for the
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy condemns the April 2 bombing at Cairo University that targeted Egyptian security forces, killing a senior Egyptian police officer and wounding several of his colleagues.
According to reports, two bombs exploded on a bridge in Giza Square in Giza, greater Cairo, late this morning. The explosives appeared to target two police vehicles stationed on the