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This study aimed to analyze and test the impact of financial inclusion on financial stability in terms of the banking sector in Egypt. The study relied on a sample of various banks restricted to the Egyptian Stock Exchange from the time period from 2011-2020, i.e. that 10 years, using multiple variables to measure financial inclusion such as credit cards, personal loans, mortgages, debit current accounts and total loans and customer facilities. For financial stability, Bank S-Score has been used to measure the dependent variable, different patterns of analytical regressions have been used in statistical application such as Panel Least Square regression, panel two-stage least square regression and Panel Generalized Method of Moments (GMM) technology. Applied results indicated a slight positive impact of financial inclusion on financial stability from the principle of the banking system. The results also showed that one of the most influential variables on bank financial stability is (Mortgage loans) for its long-term, high and stable interest rates over the number of years specified by the bank, which in turn is imposed by the Central Bank of Egypt.