An Egyptian mob has lynched the teenage son of a Muslim Brotherhood leader. The teenager was accused of killing a man over Facebook comments critical of the Islamist movement, security sources said Saturday.
Jeremy Corbyn, a British MP and vice chairman of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament told RT that Egypt’s withdrawal from the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) is extremely serious and may lead to a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.
Egypt said it quits Non-Proliferation Treaty talks to protest the failure of the parties involved to implement a resolution aimed to free Middle East from nuclear weapons. Although not articulated, Israel is said to be the reason for the withdrawal.
Students in Cairo blocked roads and clashed with police over a mass food poisoning case at an Azhar University dorm, in which 107 people were hospitalized as a result. This is the second such incident to hit the prestigious university in April alone.
The Egyptian police have rebelled against their superiors and authorities for the third time this year demanding incentives at work, better pay, greater firepower and protection as well as more benefits.