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Nājī Mikā’īl, a member of the FJP, said that the party decided to have 30 church leaders on their party lists during the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The leaders of the three churches appealed to all Egyptians – Muslims and Christians – to go to the polling stations and play their part in shaping the political future of Egypt. [‘Imād Khalīl, Hamdī Qāsim and Yāsir Shimīs, al-Misrī al-Yawm, June 17, p. 10] Read original text in Arabic
The leaders of the three churches appealed to all Egyptians – Muslims and Christians – to go to the polling stations and play their part in shaping the political future of Egypt. [‘Imād Khalīl, Hamdī Qāsim and Yāsir Shimīs, al-Misrī al-Yawm, June 17, p. 10] Read original text in Arabic
Father Rafīq Greish, the official spokesman for the Coptic Catholic Church, said the opinions by youths are totally different from their families’ thanks to the fact that candidates are varied. Dr. Andrea Zakī, the deputy head of the Coptic Evangelical Church, said Egyptians’ participation in the...
The Public Prosecutor’s Office of Wādi al-Natrūn, headed by Wāʾil Bakr, continued its investigation to uncover the mystery behind the death of Anba Ipiphāniyūs, the abbot of the Monastery of Anba Maqār (Makarius the Great), who died from head injuries at dawn on Sunday, July 29. 
“We want the constitutional assembly be representative of all segments of the Egyptian people. Copts have demands they want be clearly spelled out in the constitution, including a text confirming the civil nature of the state that would guarantee everyone the right of belief and free practice of...
The Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) overwhelming success in the Teachers Syndicate election was a blow to remnants of the dissolved National Democratic Party (NDP), claimed 'Isām al-'Iryān, the vice president of the Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, at a popular rally in Beni Suef on Friday (...
The article at hand reports on different Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members’ comments on the MB’s political views and future. Among others, Subhī Sālih, a leading MB member announced on Friday, April 22, 2011, that “the Muslim Brotherhood aims to apply Islamic legislation and we don't seek an...
The Muslim Brotherhood’s attempt to reconcile Sūfīs and salafists on Saturday, April 9, has failed. Sūfī representative Shaykh Ahmad Sibā’ī refused to sign any settlement paper that does not explicitly refer to the demolition of shrines as harām [forbidden according to Sharī’ah]. Salafī...
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