Dr. Muhammad Badī', the murshid (Guide) of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) emphasised the need for Muslim and Christians to work together “for the good of Egypt” in his speech in Suez the day before yesterday (July 26). Some Salafists joked and rejected his defense of Christian Egypt, but Badī' asked him to be quiet and show respect or leave the mosque in which the speech was being held. Badī' said, “we are all political forces and must all stand up on Friday.... for the good of all Egypt.”
A Suez criminal court on Monday released all defendants accused of involvement in killing protesters on a LE 10,000 bail.
Rallies were launched by hundreds of citizens in several governorates yesterday, under what they have called “national unity Friday” to assure their rejection to any efforts of fueling the fitnah. Other rallies were also launched expressing other demands.
Egyptian security arrests a group of Islamic fundamentalists that were allegedly planning to attack foreign and Egyptian military forces.
Amīrah Ibrāhīm reports on the fatwá issued by Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī concerning prayer time during working hours.
The Supreme Emergency Court of the State Security in al-Ismā‘īlīyah extend the detention of the accused of terrorist bombing in Sinai and Sharm al-Shaykh of 2005 and 2006.
Final results of the elections held on April 8 are pending announcement. The article discusses voter turnout, and the reactions of voters after the elections.
Pope Shenouda closes investigations into a nun’s accidental death after proving that the death was natural and not planned.
Dr. Hasanayn Kushk conducted a study that revealed the increasing number of Christian prisoners in Egyptian prisons. The study presents numbers and percentages and discusses the possible reasons behind them.
The Shūrá Council has approved a project law to prevent demonstrations in houses of worship. The majority of Egyptian political parties and authorities approved the decision, but certain people have expressed their opposition to it.