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Al- Sīsī’s statements in which he said he is “a Muslim who loves his religion” has angered the secularist movements and Coptic activists who stated that he should not have made such a  statement.
The General Council for Sufi Orders has decided to hold the elections of its supreme board next Thursday May 15 based on a decision of Prime Minister Ibrāhīm Mahlab.
Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments,  has assured that he will not allow imāms and preachers to campaign for any political group or candidate. 
Anonymous sources stated that the committee assigned to draft a new parliamentary elections law is about to give 90% of the seats to individuals and 10% to the parties. 
Preachers: clinging to power has nothing to do with religion and is a crime against Islam A number of preachers have made a statement and affirmed that desperately clinging to power, provoking sedition and propagating chaos, is not Islamic. They say that trying to justify bloodshed and calling for...
The “Coptic Scream” movement launched a campaign called “No to Brotherhoodization of Education”. 
The Minister of Endowments said that there is no room for politics in mosques, and that there are extremists exploiting the current crises to involve mosques in political conflict. He said that there is complete cooperation between the Ministry of Endowments and Al-Azhar to arrange a committee of...
Security forces in North Sinai launched a wide campaign in South ʿArish after two mortars were launched targeting the military base in al-ʿArish’s al-Salām neighborhood. Security sources reported that the campaign, which consisted of a thorough search of local cars and neighborhoods, resulted in...
In the confessions of the third defendant in Ansār Bayt al- Maqdis case, Muhammad Bakrī Harūn, stated  that he received orders from the group to steal the cars of Copts during the sit-in at the ‘Itihāddiyah [Presidential] Palace [December 2012].
Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, director of the Ibn Khaldūn Centre, traveled to Israel to participate in a symposium on Egypt organized by the Tel Aviv University. Dubbed ‘Political Upheaval in Egypt: A History Reconsidered’, former ambassador to Israel in Egypt and currently teaching at the Israeli...

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