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The Coptic Church rejects the visit of the Egyptian Olympic football team to Jerusalem.
This article attempts to defend the 1952 Revolution from some leaders of the Wafd Party, who claim that it was behind sectarian tensions.
Coptic expatriates establish a project to provide financial support to the victims of sectarian attacks in Egypt and their families and to provide media campaigns against culprits of sectarian clashes.
The article deals with decision of the Administrative Court refusal to allow Jehovah's Witnesses from practicing their rituals in Egypt.
The author writes about the incidents of sectarian fitnah in Egypt.
The article comments on one of Ahmad Bahā’ al-Dīn’s articles from 1987 in which he comments on the sectarian incidents of 1972.
A shop keeper near a church in Shubrā al-Khaymah insists on playing his cassette with an intrusively loud volume. The authorities, meanwhile, have never responded to the church’s complaints.  
The author writes about the sectarian state in Egypt since 1970s, especially after President al-Sadat’s declarations.  
The following is a review of the Egyptian press coverage of the Christmas attacks in Najc Hammādī’s, from January 9, 2010 until the present
Dr. Hālah Mustafá is called to present herself at the investigation committee of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo to be questioned about her reception of the Israeli ambassador in her office at al-Ahrām, where she occupies the position of editor-in-chief of al-Dimuqrātīyah magazine. Mustafá...
The Egyptian press is still intensively focusing on Fārūq Husnī’s failure in the elections to the position of UNESCO’s director general. The press and Husnī himself bemoaned the Zionist foreign conspiracy against him. The press also referred to UNESCO leaders’ views about Husnī’s ministry’s...
The Azhar Grand Imām Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī was subjected to a barrage of criticism after attending an inter-religious conference held in Kazakhstan in the presence of Israeli President Shimon Peres. This is a review of the reflections published in Egyptian media on the issue.
The authors shed light on recent sectarian incidents that have taken place in different governorates in Egypt.
Marwá al-Shirbīnī was killed in Germany, earning the title “Martyr of hijāb” in Egypt. The Egyptian press highlighted the public uproar and the German official stance.
Pope Shenouda’s support for Jamāl Mubārak as the next president of Egypt has been met with a barrage of criticism. Copts declared that Pope Shenouda’s opinion in this response does not reflect that of all Copts. Copts United Web site conducted a survey that showed that the vast majority of Copts do...
Sectarian clashes broke out in ‘Izbat Bushrá and news was reported about a forthcoming reconciliation session.
The author reports on tensions between Coptic figures and the governor of Alexandria.
The following lines review the Egyptian press releases on Obama’s visit to Cairo and the speech he addressed to the Muslim world.
Due to the government’s decision to get rid of all the pigs in Egypt as a result of the recent spread of swine flu, expatriate Coptic activists launched a severe attack against the government and against Muslims. Moreover, they interpreted the decision as an example of the oppression of poor...
The Egyptian government decided to slaughter pigs in Egypt as a precautionary procedure against the spread of the Swine flu. Reactions to the decisions varied. While some hailed it as a wise decision, others, mainly the poor who earn a living breeding pigs were angry and tried to prevent the...
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