'Ādil Sa'd wrote that salafists had decided to turn over churches and monasteries for three women. He added that 'Abīr was married, then she left and married an ill reputed Muslim man. She lived in Cairo and her ill reputation had reached her village in Asyut. Salwá, another Christian women who...
Copts of al-Qamādīr village, al-Minya governorate, gathered in front of Minya's local administration building, protesting their prevention by Muslims from entering the church. Some Copts in the village accused salafists of sealing off the church to prevent Copts from entering it, but Shaykh...
A number of Copts and political powers call for a million-man funerary rally on April 15, 2011, starts from Shubrā to Maspero, protesting the government's failure to meet their demands. Rāmī Kāmil, Coptic president of the Maspero revolution coalition, said that dealing with sectarian incidents did...
After being criticized by different people for having their own agenda of interests, Muslim Brotherhood members handed fliers within all Egypt's groups [policemen, judges, army, and the public]; praising the Egyptian people, Muslims and Christians, in all situations.  
'Abūd al-Zumur, after his release from prison, announced his new "civilized" project to establish ad hoc committees on takfīr, because, according to him, takfīr should not be practiced by any person but rather should be exclusive to religious scholars.  
Masperos revolution youths thwarted an attempt by the church to keep away priests from protesting. Church leaders have issued several decisions against priests before, and even relocated one of them to Australia.
Shaykh Jamāl Qutb, a Muslim preacher, believes that Dār al-Iftā' (Ifta House) should be canceled or changing it to be a department affiliated to the Azhar. He added that all religious institutions should be under the Azhar University. He severely criticized the former regime and the State Security...
Nearly three weeks after the attack, AWR's Hānī Hamdī gives a roundup of the Thursday stories in Egyptian newspapers dealing with the explosion at the Church of the Two Saints in Alexandria, Egypt...
Weekly al-Khamīs reports on page two on Thursday that the National Council for Human Rights is currently discussing a number of complaints submitted by many Bahā’īs, in which they ask for pressure to be applied to the government to allow them to document their marriages and provide them with...
Kamāl writes: "Some Brother Copts, as part of their repeated, angry discussion of the al-‘Umrāniyyah events, say, 'How could Copts be killed, while there were no deaths among the Brotherhood in the election demonstrations in Alexandria? Why did the police use live ammunition in al-‘Umrāniyyah and...
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