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Officials of the constituent assembly drafting a new constitution for Egypt said in a press conference on Monday (November 19) said that there was no justification for the withdrawal of the churches and civil powers.
In a conference held by the Muslim Brotherhood in al-Mansūrah stadium, Murshid [Guide] Dr. Muhammad Badī' said that the MB will bring up Egyptians on faith and conscience until they demand the application of hudūd. He added that the hudūd is an obligation and the people do not get punished for...
Muslim Brotherhood's Irshād (Guidance) Office chose Dr. Muhammad Mursī to be the leader of the group's Freedom and Justice Party. However, he has to give up his membership in the MB Irshād Office. The MB Shūrá Council decided to compete over 45 to 49 percent of the parliamentary seats. Islamist...
Political liberal, leftist and Nasserist movements embarked on contacts for coordination in the upcoming parliamentary elections to confront the alliance of Islamist groups.
Dozens of salafists distributed fliers in Qena protesting against the cabinet statement issued on April 20, 2011.
In light of the recent incidents in Qena, Archbishop of Qena, Bishop Sharoubim assured that the church is not against or for appointing 'Imād Mikhael as governor of Qena. Archpriest Bīshūy said that the church is not part of the crisis, but was thrusted into it. He noted that there is some...
Coptic activist Kamāl Zākhir, who has recently resigned from al-Wafd Party, has launched a new movement called Egyptians Against the Regression of al-Wafd Party, in a bid to resist what he described as al-Wafd's giving up of its liberal principles in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB). On the...
Coptic activist Kamāl Zākhir accused the Wafd Party of attempting to form a secret alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood such as what took place in 1983. He insits on resigning from the Wafd party, arguing that legitimate instiutions should not coordinate with illegitimate organizations. On the...
A number of Coptic organizations handed a memo to the Supreme Council of Armed Forces, demanding the law strictly applied on extremists, salafists or others, who commit sectarian violence. One of these organizations was the Middle East freedom forum, Egyptians against religious discrimination group...
 The Evangelical Church calls for an urgent meeting to confirm dissatisfaction with all Christian denominations when it comes to a Qur'ān burning campaign  

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