Samallūt / Minya

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19. AWR Daily Overview, March 12, 2012: Ire inside church over presidential candidate

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19. AWR Daily Overview, March 12, 2012: Ire inside church over presidential candidate
Date of source: 
march 12, 2012
Author: 
'Amr al-Misrī
Article summary: 

A state of disgruntlement was sparked among a number of Coptic Orthodox bishops who were absent from last week’s meeting at the Saint Mark Cathedral to discuss names of possible presidential hopefuls and others to represent the church in the constitutional assembly, according to a source inside the church who refused to have his name mentioned. [Ahmad al-Sa’dāwī, al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, March 12, p. 1] Read original text in Arabic

55. Menya Criminal Court resumes trial of Samallūt train shooter

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55. Menya Criminal Court resumes trial of Samallūt train shooter
Date of source: 
September 13, 2011
Author: 
Nāsir Hātim
Reviewer: 
Diana Maher Ghali
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28. 11 defendants released after conflicts in Qlousna, Minia

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28. 11 defendants released after conflicts in Qlousna, Minia
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23
Date of source: 
July 6, 2011
Author: 
Hajāj al-Husaynī
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Mohamed Ibrahim, the head of Samalout prosecution, decided to release all 11 defendants that participated in the fights that took place last Thursday night between Muslims and Christians in the village of Qlousna. This fight occurred after reconciliation between the two sides.

21. Suspects in 'two underage Minia women' kidnapping released

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21. Suspects in 'two underage Minia women' kidnapping released
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3
Date of source: 
July 3, 2011
Author: 
Sa'īd Nāfi'
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 'Alā' Al-Sharqāwī, president of the prosecution in al-Minia governorate, decided to release the three brothers accused of participating in the kidnapping of two underage women who disappeared on June 12, 2011.

Both young women denied that they were kidnaped.

On the other hand, a conciliation meeting in Qlūsanā of Samallūt in Minia, ended the clashed between Muslims and Christians. Clashes erupted when a microbus driver assaulted Christian young women; seven were injured in the clashes [Reviewer's Note: News story was also covered in al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, page 6, July 3, 2011].

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39. Harassment of girls provokes Upper Egypt sectarian feud

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39. Harassment of girls provokes Upper Egypt sectarian feud
Date of source: 
July 1, 2011
Author: 
Staff
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Egyptian authorities have controlled a sectarian clash that began Thursday night and continued until dawn on Friday in Qolosna village in Minia Governorate.

1. Minia Archbishopric: Muslims protected Qlūsanā church

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1. Minya Archbishopric:Muslims protected Qlūsanā church
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3
Date of source: 
July 2, 2011
Author: 
Hajāj al-Husaynī and Ashraf Sādiq
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Quiet returned to al-Minia after fitnah incidents that took place on June 30, 2011, and resulted in 5 injuries.

Father Da'oud Nāshid, Deputy of Minia Archbishopric, said that quiet was restored because of the village's elders from Muslims and Copts, in Qlūsanā village in the Samallūt town of Minya governorate.

 

13. End of sectarian tension in al-Qamādīr

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13. End of sectarian tension in al-Qamādīr
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15
Date of source: 
May 28, 2011
Author: 
Sa'īd Nāfi'
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Residents of al-Qamādīr village of Samallūt in al-Minya governorate ended the sectarian tension that erupted between Muslims and Christians on April 6, 2011, due to an attempt to change mercy association into a church. In return, Muslims banned Copts from entering the association's headquarter.

On May 27, 2011, residents of the village held a conciliatory meeting and agreed to specify 276 meters squared for the association. They noted that the association will be constructed on 175 meters squared only, thereby allowing room for Copts to pray in it.

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4. Salafists again humble the State? (2)

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4. Salafists again humble the State? (2)
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1
Date of source: 
April 17, 2011
Author: 
Yūsuf Sīdhum
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Here is the second episode in a dreadful series of events that appear to have no end in sight. We had thought that the 25 January revolution would open a new chapter in the relations between Muslims and Copts—given their obvious solidarity and sympathy all through the 18-day uprising.

51. Disappeared Madeleine converted to Islam by Abū Yahyá (one who triggered Kāmīliyā's crisis)

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51. Disappeared Madeleine converted to Islam by Abū Yahyá (one who triggered Kāmīliyā's crisis)
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Date of source: 
March 19, 2011
Author: 
'Antar 'Abd al-Latīf
Article summary: 

Approximately a year ago, Madeleine Sādiq Kāmil, underage girl,  was underage reported missing by her parents in Samalūt, Minya governorate.

Her parents said that she was a religous Christian and a chaperon in the church. Sawt al-Ummah met with Madeleine or Jihād (after converting to Islam), who said that she was not kidnapped, as Christians claimed, but she converted to Islam on her own will.

 

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