Skip to main content
Arab West Report
Egyptian press summaries and media research for dialogue
Enter your keywords
View the results at Google
Introducing Arab-West Journal! (AWJ)
Username or e-mail
Create new account
Request new password
You are here
39. al-Ghūl: “Copts should stop further demands
Fri, 2010-05-07 15:08 —
Developments in Muslim-Christian relations in the Arab world
al-Ghūl: “Copts should stop further demands
Date of source:
January 20, 2010
MP ‘Abd al-Raīm al-Ghūl asks Copts to stop calling for things that are difficult to achieve.
Article full text:
In what al-Ahālī describes as a new provocation against the spirit of national unity, MP ‘Abd al-Rahīm al-Ghūl, a prominent leader in the ruling National Democratic Party, has declared that he was against passing a law against religious discrimination. He also expressed his rejection to any new legislation meant to protect Egypt against fitnah.
Al-Ghūl, head of the Agriculture Committee at the People’s Assembly, made a speech in the presence of the governor of Qena, the head of the security apparatus in the governorate and representatives of the security, public and executive institutions. Al-Ghūl was quoted as saying: “We do not want more laws. We have laws that are similar to those suggested by Copts, who should stop demanding things that are difficult to achieve.”
The article contains
no obvious errors...
‹ 38. The Ministry of Interior’s conditions to prevent churches from annoying mosques
40. A wealthy man stirs conflict over al-Hudá Mosquem ›
If you experience a bug or would like to see an addition on the current page, feel free to leave us a message.
verify using audio
Type the characters you see in the picture above; if you can't read them, submit the form and a new image will be generated. Not case sensitive.
Web Toolbar by Wibiya