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Egyptian Human Rights Organisation requests the recruitment of as many people as possible in order to combat terrorism  After the terrorist attacks in Kafr el-Sheikh, North Sinai, East Fayoum and Qalyubia, the Egyptian organisation for human rights have requested that every possible person is...
Egyptian organisation for human rights condemn terrorist acts in Egyptian governorates  The Egyptian organisation for human rights has condemned the criminal acts of terrorism that took place in the governorates of Kafr al-Sheikh, North Sinai, East Faiyum and Qalyubia, which resulted in the deaths...
  Wednesday's Egyptian newspaper coverage of the Alexandria church bombing focuses on speculation regarding who may be behind the attack. But some are accusing the Egyptian media of competing to identify the responsible party, according to AWR's Hānī Hamdī...    
An article on the Egyptian town of Tel Basta which is considered the second stopping place of the Holy Family in Egypt after Farma, covering some of its architectural importance, history and some of the incidents that happened when the Holy Family visited it.
Youssef Sidhom gives an example of how the decree of the ten conditions issued by Ezabi Pasha (the Hamayouni law) affects the relations between the applicants for building churches and the state system through presenting a case history of one recent church building projects in Shubra Al-Kheima. He...
The cave of the Holy Family in Mustorod is being restored and receives a new image. The church is in the possession of a miracle icon which brings healing for ailments.
Together with hundreds of patients, Abdel Hamid Al-Missawi, popular as Sheikh Abdel Hamid, believes that he can cure a variety of illness, psychic problems and also drive out evil spirits that may haunt people.
The Church of the Virgin Mary and of the Martyr Abanob at El-Kilj in Jebel El-Asfer in the diocese of Shirbin El-Kom in the governorate of El-Qalyubya is an old, crumbling, church. Built thirty years ago, its purpose was to cater for the spiritual needs of the Copts of the area. It has been closed...
An interview with the Minister of Interior about the security situation; releasing fundamentalist detainees, fighting terrorism, the minister’s refusal to meet with the Muslims Brothers, the branch of the F. B. I. in Cairo, Egypt’s attitude to Britain’s refusal to extradite terrorists.
A spokesman of the Ministry of Interior revealed on December 21 the police was investigating an incident in Qaliub, north of Cairo, whereby residents reportedly took the law in their own hands, causing widespread destruction.

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