The punishment of websites threatening national security in Egypt

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates/ Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued a law on "information crimes" published in the Official Gazette, detailing websites that threaten national security or negatively affect the Egyptian economy.

Under the new law, authorities can close down a judicial decision by any court that considers its content to be a "threat to national security" or "jeopardizes the country's national economy."

A dispute between Egypt and Italy over the extradition of the Minister of Legal Affairs in the government of Mohamed Morsi

Abu Dhabi / Dr. Mohamed Mahsoub, Minister of Legal Affairs in the Government of Hisham Kandil, during the period of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said on Twitter: "Italian police have been holding me for 3 hours near the city of Catania at the request of the Egyptian authority to extradite me, and refuse to disclose the charges against me."

The Egyptian judiciary refers to the papers of 75 jihadists to the Mufti of the Diyar for consultation in their execution

The Egyptian judiciary referred 75 jihadi papers, including leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, classified as terrorist and banned in Egypt, to the mufti of the Egyptian diocese not to execute them after they were convicted in the case of "dismantling a fourth sit-in."

Egyptian president comments on Hashtag "go away, Sissi"

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi commented on Hashtag on social networking sites, saying that he "deeply saddened him and was inaugurated when Egypt started to try to get out of destitution."

Al-Sisi said during the Sixth National Conference of Youth at Cairo University: "The process of building the Egyptian man is a social process, not a governmental one."

Contents of the Ark of Alexandria

The fear of the curse of the Pharaohs did not stop archaeologists from opening the "Ark of Alexandria," and found no remains of Alexander the Great inside, but found a wondrous red liquid inside.

Soon after the liquid was found, the team rushed to sample it with water purification equipment, to analyze it, and to detect its components.

Mustafa Waziri, secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, told a news conference at the site of the coffin finding the contents of the coffin, confirming that it was a collective burial place for three people from one family.

The sarcophagus of Alexandria, whose secrets are revealed and red mercury surprises archaeologists

Alexandria's coffin full of talismans, and archaeologists think it contains the body of Alexander Zulkarnain, scientists surprised the presence of red material turned to dark color, which is suspected to be the "red mercury".

The material discovered was liquid and color red, covered all the contents of the box, changed its chemical properties, and caused the emission of pungent odor from the box.

Tunisia and Egypt vote on Israel's election to the Human Rights Council

Hamas politburo member Moussa Abu Marzouk said in a tweet on Twitter that he condemned Israel's election as president of the Human Rights Council.

Abu Marzouk added that the vote of Tunisia and Egypt on this of the strange strange!

Archaeological discovery in Egypt reveals the secrets of embalming in the era of the Pharaohs

The secrets of embalming in the era of the pharaohs, especially those related to the chemical components of the oils used by the ancient Egyptians in the embalming of their dead, became close to detection, after the new archaeological discovery.

Archaeologists have announced that they found a workshop used for mummification in the era of the pharaohs, dating back to 2500 BC, in an ancient cemetery near the Egyptian pyramids south of Cairo.

 "Scientists hope the discovery will reveal more about the mysteries of embalming in the 26-year-old family of ancient Egypt," Egyptian Antiquities Ministry officials said.

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