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 The author states that the church has become a state within a state in which it has its private rules and laws.
Politicians and experts agree that President  Husnī Mubārak's appointment of seven Copts among the ten appointees to the People's Assembly represents an attempt to compensate the Copts for their lack of success in the recent elections, which saw only three Coptic candidates elected. Kamāl Zākhir,...
Al-Maydān reports about Maoris Sādiq’s request to impose international supervision on Egypt.  
The author says that the expatriate Copt Maurice Sādiq demanded that the 1923 Constitution be reinstated and King Ahmad Fu’ād be brought back to the throne of Egypt. He claimed this would put an end to the suffering of the Copts.
The Egyptian press reviews 'Inside Egypt: land of the Pharaohs on the brink of a revolution', whose author claims that Egypt undergoes cycles of revolution, and is due for another one soon.
The article states that an unknown figure was made the general guide of the Muslim Brotherhood group after the second secretary general Hasan al-Hūdaybī died in 1974.
According to the author, the head of the U.S. Copts Association, Michael Munīr is one of the people who is responsible for sowing sedition and destabilizing Egyptian society. ‘Urābī accuses Munīr of working in the U.S Congress to suspend 100 million U.S. dollars of its aid to Egypt. His activity...
Key Islamic Preacher ‘Amr Khālid has been heavily criticized on scores of Islamic Web sites for attending a Christmas Mass at St. Mark’s Cathedral.
It seems that all the battles that break out between the Azhar and the Americans are predestined to fail. To illustrate, the former Muftī issued a Fatwá that anybody who detonates himself among Israelis is a martyr. Another Fatwá by ShaykhShaykh Nabawī al-cIsh says it is forbidden to deal with the...
The writer records the ailments from which Pope Shenouda has suffered over recent years.


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