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 An official judicial source has said that the Public Attorney’s office has concluded its investigation into the killing of 25-year-old Mu’āz Muhammad Ahmād amid the events of the recent ‘shirt fitnah’ in Dahshūr village, Giza governorate.  
Today’s overview includes yet another quarrel between two Muslim and Christian families only nearly a week after the Dahshūr crisis first stirred by a burnt shirt was settled. However, this quarrel in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Sohag has some similarity to the Dahshūr problem; a trivial...
One of the cars that was parked in front of the Virgin Mary Church in ‘Umrāniyah has caused a scare after a rumor spread that it might be explosive. A group of explosives experts have arrived at the area and checked the car, which turned out to be empty (Minnah Ibrahīm and Ahmad Shūbash, al-Wafd,...
In an interview by Al Wafd newspaper with Samīr Ghatās, the president of the Middle East Forum for Strategic Studies, he stated that the U.S. position pertaining to the Christians in Egypt is flawed with double standards. He said that previously it was not acceptable if the glass of a church was...
  Security agencies in Qena governorate, with follow-up efforts by Governor Maj. General ‘Ādil Labīb, contained a sectarian fitnah in Naqādah area between Muslims and Christians.
Copts have experienced a state of joy mixed with grief on the first night they spent on al-Ansār street in Dahshūr – joy for returning to their homes but grief for finding them ruined.
  Thirty-seven Christian families on Thursday (Aug. 9) returned to their homes in the village, where they were received with cheers and amicable atmosphere by Muslim local residents after a week of sectarian violence.
Security Forces Security forces in Giza have captured Sābir Amīn Farāhāt, the prime defendant accused of burning the church of Archangel Mikael in Kirdāsah. At the time of his arrest, he possessed 5 hand bombs and explosives. 23 others were arrested in the security campaign. 
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights published on Friday (Aug. 10) the outcome of its investigations into the July 31 sectarian assaults on the houses and property of Christians in the village of Dahshūr, Giza governorate, which caused 100 Christian families to leave their original areas for...
In another statement by the Maspro Youth Union, it said that the peaceful march will start gathering at 07:00 p.m., move at 08:00 p.m. and stops at Maspero until 10:00 p.m., adding there are no plans to go on a sit-in considering the circumstances the country is going through after the “martyrdom...

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