A reverend was assaulted in his church office in Abū al-Maṭāmīr, Beheira, following demands from a local man for money.
Grand Shaykh of the Azhar Dr. Ahmad al-Tayīb said absolute freedom is chaos that would pose a threat to the society as a whole.
"As Arab and Muslim people, we have our own traditions and values that do not go along with absolute democracy. In our societies, we believe that religion is the thing...
Egypt's second Friday of Anger page on social networking website Facebook determined the mosques and churches the protests will start from.
The National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) demanded that the building of houses of worship take place by notification and giving these powers to governors.
Relatives of martyrs of the January 1, 2011 bombing attack on the Church of the Two Saints, Saint Mark and Pope Peter, in Alexandria called for faster pace on investigations with former Interior Minister Habīb al-'Ādlī on charges of dereliction of duty.
They asserted that 'Ādlī has to be...
Dr. Muhammad 'Imārah, a member of the Islamic Research Academy, said that Islam is the solution and rejected the attack on Islamists who use this slogan.
He added that the majority of Egyptians want a religious state, and secularist are scaring Egyptians about a religious state, which is what the...
The Court of Cassation decided that July 3, 2011, will be date of the first trial of the 48 culprits in Imbābah's incidents.
Military prosecution had been investigating the case and then referred it to the Public Prosecution, which ordered the referral of the 48 perpetrators to criminal trial. 22...
In al-Akhbār, page 7, June 6, 2011, in Imbābah’s incidents, prosecution refers 48 culprits (23 prisoners and 25 fugitives) to the Emergency State Security Court.
Residents of al-Sharābīyah and al-Zawyah succeeded in pacifying fitnah in a forum, attended by leaders of salafists, Muslim Brotherhood (MB), and Copts.
The Council of State courts witnessed clashes and attacks from rivals or defendants in many cases and challenging cases. Armored vehicles from anti-riot security cordoned off the main street leading to the council.