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Ahmad al-Sayyed al-Najjār, chairman of Al-Ahrām Foundation, condemned recent clashes between Muslims and Copts in Minya Governorate. Al-Najjār wrote on the social networking site facebook: "The Minya incident is a scourge of mankind that plagues Egypt with sectarian backwardness, demagoguery, of...
Professor of Constitutional Law and council member of the Egyptian Democratic Party, Dr. Nūr Farahāt, has advocated reviewing the ways adopted by the State in dealing with terrorism, after the latest attacks witnessed in the northern Sinai city Al-`Arīsh.
Human Rights activist, Nejād al-Bora`ī, tweeted “the State rejects all kind of dialogues with human rights organization, believing that it has ultimately triumphed over human rights organizations like over many other social and political powers in the country.”
In a tweet he published on his twitter account, media presenter Muhammad`Abd Al-Rahmān wrote that the Egyptian society as a whole would reject the law on Church Construction, Muslims before Christians, explaining that a law that does not unify the construction of houses of worship splits the...
Political Science professsor, Dr. Mustafa Kāmel Al Sayed, urged President `Abd al- Fattāh al-Sīsi to address Egypt's Copts in the aftermath of sectarian violence witnessed in Al-Minya. 
ʿAbd Allah al-ʿAdhba on the anniversary of Mursī’s deposition: is it better now?  ʿAbd Allah al-ʿAdhba, editor of the “Arab” newspaper, wonders if the situation in Egypt can be considered improved in the second anniversary of former President Mursī’s deposition. He wrote on his Twitter page that he...
In a tweet he posted today, former minister of state for parliamentary affairs in the Muslim Brotherhood's cabinet of Hishām Qandīl, Muhammad Mahsūb describes the extension of the state of emergency on the Egyptian peninsula as a constitutional violation, reflecting a policy that destructs Egypt's...
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