The al-Ni'mah al-Khayrīyah association witnessed a tiff between a priest and his wife's family which led to his death by a bullet. Preliminary investigations revealed that the suspects waited for him to finish praying then waited for him outside the association. An argument broke out, because the priest refused to spend on his wife and deserted her.
His wife's brother then shot him. Suspects were arrested.
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Majdī Fahmī reports on the statement of Christian men of religion about the Coptic Orthodox Church’s anger about 20 Evangelical pastors’ visit to Max Michel.
Majdī Fahmī discusses the differences between Christian denominations, presenting the opinions of Christian men of religion on the issue.
Sectarian tension in al-Marj, a Cairo suburb, results in a crime. Allegations of the victim’s sister assert the mistake in the forensic medical report that declared nervous shock as a cause of death. The family of the allegedly “murdered” wants revenge in the absence of an active police role.
Leaders of the Jihād Islamic group are about to issue their report on their adjusted strategies and tactics against using violence. While the majority of the group seems to approve of the amendments, some of the leaders consider the document unreliable according to possibility of having been established under pressure in prison.
International Religious Freedom Report 2006, released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.
Mutual complaints from some Muslims and Christians due to a building.
‘Alā’ ‘Ādil reports on a new
of Muslim-Christian tension that has taken place in the district of al-Marj, north east of Cairo, after
rumors spread about building an unauthorized church in the district.
Father Zakarīyā Butrus, the
controversial priest who
foments anger of Muslims, of Egypt in particular and the Arab world in general, through
his programs which
launched a no-holds-barred attack on the Islamic faith on ‘al-Hayāt’ satellite
appears for the first time in Arab media.
This press review discusses the growing
influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egyptian
political life, and their constant efforts to control educational
institutions, including governmental
schools. In al-Musawwar magazine, ‘Abd al-Qādir Shāhīb
linked the recent
support of some Egyptian businessmen for the "banned" group to its promising chances in the next