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Take care of a new sedition that is between the Egyptian and Saudi peoples because of the two islands issue, Tirān and Sanāfīr, it is true that the limits of the sedition and its manifestation is found till now in the frame of the social media internet sites and some TV shows, but the invitation to...
 President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi has announced that the explosion within St Peter’s Church in Cairo was carried out by a suicide bomber, who blew himself up during Mass prayers, and he warned that the matter is much more widespread and dangerous than originally thought. And as I announced in what...
The article calls on Field Marshall Tantāwī, head of the SCAF, to address the public. The demands noted were firstly to acquit the armed forces of the massacre that took place on October 9, resulting in 24 dead Egyptians, and secondly to apologize to the Egyptians for such a crime. The author...
Fahmī Huwaydī wonders what the salafists want, noting that salafists distorted their image by the violent practices they perpetrate. They have the right to have presence provided that they respect the law. He wished that they have something good to offer the nation, not to terrorize the people....
 The author comments on a story published in al-Dustūr on August 3 reporting a meeting held between sufi shaykhs, a representative of the U.S. Administration, and a representative of the State Security aimed at a means of coordination between the sūfī methods in Egypt and the U.S. Administration to...
The author reflects on the campaigns of intolerance against Arabs and Muslims in the West. 
Fahmī says that he strongly disapproves of how some protestors insult Pope Shenouda III. He says that he is amazed at the said protestors’ disregard of the fact that such acts could potentially destroy national unity in Egypt. He also blames the Egyptian media for generally using foul language in...
Heated international political controversies and events continue to associate Islam with violence and intolerance.
The grand imām of the Azhar has visited Lebanon, some sources see the trip as a sign of Tantāwī’s support for the politician Sa’ad al-Hariri.
The author discusses Ambassador Khattāb’s comments about his article regarding the American Presbyterian Church’s interference in the Child Law. He also critiques interference of NGOs utilizing foreign funds in Egyptian governmental affairs.

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