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A government counterattack has thrown the three-week old campaign against the new Law 153 for Associations and Civil Institutions into disarray. Social affairs minister Mervat Tellawi has led a public relations campaign to deflect international criticism of the law, which aims to keep a check on...
The Egyptian authorities reacted promptly to refute US criticism of the law on non-governmental organizations, which the State Department spokesman described as a violation of human right. Whether the law in question is a step forward or backward is a controversy of concern to Egyptians alone. It...
The devil of the sectarian strife is Maurice Sadek. Sadek in turn accuses the Coptic Orthodox Church to behind the stories about young Coptic girls by mentioning Dr. Nabila Mikhael, a member of the Maglis el-Milli(the General Church Council), who is also working at the secretariat of H.H. Pope...
What about converting young Coptic girls!? There are some people who work really hard to defame Egypt. They twist the truth and try to show that Egypt is an ugly false country.
Rose el-Yousef published the text of an advertisement in the Washington Times of May 25 claiming Christian girls in Egypt are kidnapped, raped and forced to convert to Islam. They conclude the translation with one paragraph saying the claims are not true.
Shortly after Ali Abul-Saoud Mustafa, a fugitive Egyptian Islamist, was arrested in the United States last month, he was accused by American prosecution authorities of cooperating with Saudi dissident Osama Bin Laden in a worldwide anti-American conspiracy. The Egyptian government had requested...
Dr. Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, Sheikh of Al-Azhar, met with Daniel Kurtzer, the US Ambassador to Egypt. They discussed the Kosovo crisis and Tantawi thanked the ambassador for the US efforts for the rights of the Kosovars. They also discussed the Palestinian issue. During the meeting the ambassador...
This trial is the biggest trial of suspected Islamic militants since those that followed the assassination of the late President Anwar Al-Sadat.
Of the 107 defendants tried at the Hike Step military camp, 78 were given prison sentences, 11 of whom were condemned for life. Twenty were acquitted. The remaining 9 were sentenced to death in absentia.
Only two days after Egypt’s largest militant Islamist organization, Al-Gama’a Al-Islameyya, announced its decision to stop all anti-government attacks, the underground Islamic Jihad said in a statement that it would continue the "struggle", mainly against the United States and Israel.

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