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Well-informed Egyptian sources stated that 43 fundamentalists belonging to the banned group of Al-Jihad will appear before a military court in the coming few days. The charges directed to the defenders are related to a plan prepared by the group for attacking American and Israeli facilities among...
The Muslim Brotherhood group is trying to control the administrative board of the Al-Gama´iya Al-Shara´iya [The Legal Association] in Giza, which has 246 branches and takes care of about 30,000 poor families. The group works hard to win the elections of the association, which receives...
Father Filopātīr has resigned from the Ghad Party, stating that Ayman Nour’s political platform would impinge on the security of the nation, since he promised the immediate release of all political detainees, including those detained for religion-related issues and he would allow the Muslim...
Zāhī Hawwās, head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, refutes the claim that the Jews built the Pyramids.
The Coptic Orthodox Church has recently been attacked by individuals that call themselves ‘opposition from within the church’. These people concentrate their attacks on the leaders of the church and allege that there is a barrier separating the pope from his congregation.
In response to the “offensive” cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published by Jyllands-Posten, a delegation of Danish Muslim clerics visited Egypt and met with their Egyptian counterparts to discuss a proportionate response to this offence.
Muslim scholar ‘Abd al-Sabour Shāhīn blames the Azhar and the Islamic Research Academy for not taking proper action against the recent Danish attack on the Prophet Muhammad. He also praises the position of secretary-general of the Arab League, ‘Amr Mousa, who led a diplomatic delegation, demanding...
Governor of Giza, Dr. Fathī Sa‘d has recently ordered the destruction of a number of houses in the Tanāsh area. The decision has prompted fears over sectarian clashes in the area.
On December 13, Dream satellite channel broadcast a program on the reported forced Islamization of Christian girls in Egypt. TV host, Mr Wā’il al-Ibrāshī, invited Dr. Najīb Jabrā’īl and Coptic thinker Jamāl As‘ad to join him in the program.
An examination of why only 20 percent of eligible voters took part in Egypt’s elections, and why so many voted for Islamist candidates.

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