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"Managing a Facebook page without a license. That was the accusation they used to detain me,” the Egyptian caricaturist Islām Gawīsh told AL Montor in an interview from the Cairo International Book Fair Feb. 2, a few hours after his release. Gawīsh was at the fair to launch volume 2 of “Al-Waraqa...
The Bani Mazār Court will deliver the verdict in the trial of four Coptic Christian students charged with contempt of religion on 25 February.
Journalists, intellectuals, and public figures called to change part of Article 98 in the press law, during a conference entitled “No To Inquisition” in the Press Syndicate on Tuesday.
Scholar and TV presenter Islām Al Behēri will serve a reduced sentence of one year in prison after the Misdemeanor Court of Misr al-Qadīma district, in central Cairo, announced Monday night that it will reduce the original five-year sentence issued on November 30, 2015.
According to the U.S. Breitbart Online newspaper, leaders of Egypt's Coptic Christian community called for the abolition of an “exploitative” blasphemy law, but praised President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi for saving them from the oppression of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Georgetown University PhD candidate Matthew Anderson went in July 2015 with Arab-West Report/Center for Arab-West Understanding to Maghagha were we met with several local people, Christians and Muslims, about the expulsion of an extended Christian family from Kafr Darwish following allegations of...
Honouring Charlie Hebdo supports terrorism Mohammed Muchtār Gamʿaa, Minister of the Awqāf Ministry, criticises that the 2015 award for journalistic integrity and courage went to the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo. To award a magazine that does not respect religious feelings is synonymous with...
The Holy Azhar denounced republishing the cartoons dishonoring Prophet Muhammad by the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
Members of the Egyptian Family House, headed by the Azhar's Grand Shaykh Dr. Ahmad al-Tayīb, issued a statement refusing the film dishonoring Prophet Muhammad. The statement included leaders of the three main Christian denominations in Egypt. They statement continues that the film angered Muslims...
Al-'Ajūzah Misdemeanor Court acquitted 'Adil Imām of the charges of insulting religion after his attorney submitted all the required evidence. The article has no link online.

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