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The Alexandria Criminal Court ruled to sentence ʿĀdil Abū al-Nūr Sulaymān", also known as ”ʿĀdil ʿAsaliyya” to death for slaughtering the Coptic citizen Lamʿ ī Yūsuf in Alexandria.
Shaykh 'Āsim Abd al-Mājid, al-Jamā'ah al-Islāmīyah Spokesperson, affirmed that if the Islamist movement took power, it would allow Copts and other religions to drink alcohol and eat pork as long as they do not do it in front of Muslims. Read original text in Arabic
Egyptian parliamentarian Muhsin Rādī argues on behalf of Shaykh Abd al-Azīz Ibrāhīm, the owner of the Grand Hyatt hotel in Cairo, and on the behalf of all hotel owners to enshrine their right to refuse to serve alcohol on the premises of their hotels. Rādī presents his case to the Islamic Research...
The various members of Turkey’s political scene are still fiercely debating the issue of the ban on headscarves in public institutions. Recently the high court ruled that the constitutional amendment that was passed in February allowing women to wear the headscarves in universities is null. The...
A member of Parliament of the Muslim Brotherhood said that Egypt should prevent the trade of wine because Egypt is an Islamic country. However, Dr. Zeinab Radwan and Dr. Abdel-Mo’ti Bayoumi believe that there is nothing wrong about non-Muslims drinking wine in Egypt. Dr. Georget Sobhi [a Christian...
The author believes that the serial "Awan Al-Ward" leads to sectarian conflicts rather than preventing them and clashes between the creeds of Muslims and Christians. He is of the opinion that national unity should be based on religious foundations because neither Muslims nor Christians will accept...
Over the past decade, the lives of hundreds of Egyptians families were turned into nightmares when they lost all their savings in pyramid schemes. Disguising under the slogan of "Islam-oriented business", those companies swindled Egyptians at home or expatriates working in the wealthy Gulf Arab...
The Pentagono certificates were especially widespread among Protestant Christians, including the Maadi Community Church. Thousands and thousands have participated but the claim in several papers that 300 million US$ was taken out of the country seems to be exaggerated. Was the number inflated to...
A few months ago, in cafés, sporting clubs and other public meeting places around Cairo, friends were approaching each other to sell Pnetagono certificates. The opposition daily Al-Wafd’s blamed Pnetagono for the dollar shortage in the market. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (the equivalent of...
The article describes the Pnetagono system and prints a certificate with seven names showing that all the names were Christian.

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