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 Dr. Muhammad Badī', Muslim Brotherhood's Murshid [Guide], said that the group will announce the MB's Freedom and Justice Party to the Media.  
A total of 360 salafists attacked a woman in her house in al-Sadāt village, al-Monufia governorate, burning down her house and threatening to kill her if she returned.      
As journalist Nuhá al-Hināwī reports, prominent Muslim Brotherhood reformist ‘Abd al-Mun’im Abū al-Futūh has decided to form a new political party, named Nahdat Misr [Egypt’s Renaissance.] He is thereby neglecting the request formulated by MB’s Murshid [Guide] Muhammad Badī’, to not join any...
Mamdūh Ismā'īl, Islamic attorney, launched a campaign to collect signatures that support the discharge of Yahyá al-Jamal, Deputy Prime Minister, accusing him of blasphemy. Ismā'īl collected one hundred thousand signatures from the governorates of Cairo, Giza, Qalyubia, and Alexandria. (Reviewer's...
Dr. Hamdī Ismā'īl, a former member of the People's Assembly (Parliament) representing the Muslim Brotherhood group, is calling for the return of the Islamic caliphate system of government in Egypt.
Sohag prosecution office started investigating accusations against a principal of a preparatory school in Sohag who is in her fifties. She was accused of defaming Prophet Muhammad and ripping the Mushaf in front of students and a number of teachers .
News conflicted on an expected meeting between Coptic Pope Shenouda III and the murshid (guide) of the Muslim Brotherhood group Muhammad Badī'.
A fresh Fitnah Ṭā’ifīyah took place in al-Marāghah city in Sohag after rumors circulated by a Christian teacher that his preparatory school headmistress, Na'īmah Wahīb, severely attacked the Prophet Muhammad and tore the Qurān in front of the students and teachers.
Coptic Pope Shenouda III made a phone call to Muhammad Badī', the murshid (guide) of the Muslim Brotherhood group, during which he thanked him for enquiring after the pope's health when he returned home from a treatment trip in Cleveland, Ohio.
The revolution overthrew the former regime and changed much in Egypt. However, the mainstream religious movement was yet to be changed. In fact, it is more worrying now. Fears grew over the possibility a coalition from these religious groups could win, consequently raising Western concerns that...
Muná Hilmī believes that a person’s religion does not matter when it comes to human relations.
In al-Ahrām, page 8, March 20, 2011, Azhar's grand Shaykh Ahmad al-Tayyib met with the Prime Minister Dr. 'Isām Sharaf in the Azhar's headquarter.  
AWR's Diana Maher Ghali writes a press review on three main issues that are currently occupying the pages of newspapers: the second article in the constitution that states: "Islam is the Religion of the State. Arabic is its official language, and the principal source of legislation is Islamic...
Many Coptic activists are seeking to establish a number of political parties, including Michael Munīr, expatriate Copt, and Najīb Jabrā’īl Mīkhā’īl, Coptic lawyer.    
Pope Shenouda is coming back to Cairo tomorrow, March 17, 2011, after his trip to Ohio in the United States of America for medical purposes that lasted for fifteen days. During meeting with few of the expatriate copts in the U.S. and Canada, he stressed the church is holding on to a civil state...
A criminal court in the Qena governorate sentenced a 21-year-old Copt (Jirjis Bārūmī) to fifteen years in aggravated imprisonment and a fine of five thousand pounds for raping a 12-year-old Muslim girl (Yusrā Muhammad 'Abd al-Wahāb) in Farshūt (Qena governorate). Incident goes back to November 18...
The British University of Liverpool grants a doctoral degree in human literature to Grand Muftī 'Alī Jum'ah. This is in recongnizing his role and efforts in spreading tolerance and understanding between religions around the world and the the first time in history that a Mufti is awarded this...
AWR's Diana Maher Ghali presents a press review covering three days: March 11, 14, and 15, 2011, where news focused on the rebuilding of the church of the Two Martyrs, Saint Mina and Saint George in Sūl village of 'Ātfīh (Helwan governorate) and the victims of the clashes between Muslims and...
Muftī of the Republic 'Alī Jum'ah said any assaults on churches or intimidation of Christians are harām (religiously impermissible in Islam), adding acts of sabotage on Christians or their churches could distort the image of Islam in both the East and the West.
A group of expatriate Copts affirmed during a meeting with caretaker Prime Minister 'Isām Sharaf on March 12 their keenness on interacting politically and socio-economically and backing Egypt in this "critical stage."
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