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 AWR's Managing Director Hānī Labīb writes in al-Hayāh about the recent sectarian incidents having erupted in Egypt. He suggests several scenarios for Egypt's future.  
“Muslim Brotherhood group is trying to improve it's image to Copts by holding different meetings admitting woman's right in political as well as social life", says Hanī Lābib, author of the article.
Some of the recent stances of al-Wafd Party have been highly controversial such as leader al-Sayīd al-Badawī’s visit to the murshid (guide) of the Muslim Brotherhood, his statements that al-Wafd is not a secular party, in addition to the statements by Wafd member Su‘ād Sālih in which she denied...
AWR's Managing Director, Hānī Labīb writes in Rose al-Yūsuf that he insists on calling reconciliatory sessions [always dealt with in sectarian crisis] as farcical. This is because they prevent applying the law and it undermines the civil state because of Salafists shaykh interference in it. He then...
AWR's Managing Director Hānī Labīb wrote an opinion article in Rose al-Yūsuf commenting on the burning of the church of Two Martyrs Saint Mina and George in Sūl village of 'Ātfīh (Helwan governorate) and discuss the dilemma of the place where the church should be rebuilt.  
At the moment bishops and priests in the various governorates of Egypt’s dioceses are distributing voting cards and forms and filling in the necessary data in order to deliver the results to the authorities. This was done to implement the recommendations of Pope Shenouda concerning upcoming...
Pope Shenouda called on Copts to register their names in the election's tables before April 20. He assigned Bishop Bula, bishop of Tantā and head of the Clerical Council for Personal Status issues, to prepare and supervise a structured organized program in order to accomplish this task in all...
 Salafīs opinion about democracy, the second article of the constitution, and Christians.  
Hānī Labīb comments about a question that was asked by Al-Dustūr to Coptic intellectual Rafīq Habīb. The question dealt with why Muslims do not have a pope that inspires them religiously and serves as a politcal leader. Dr. Habīb replied that, unlike Coptic priests, Islamic scholars fall under the...
Hānī Labīb discusses the strained relation between the Coptic Orthodox Church and Waṭanī, which used to be the informal mouthpiece of the church, believing that some figures within the church tried to extort Waṭanī in order to follow certain policies that please the church.

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