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Ashraf Madbūlī's article quotes Endowments Minister Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq, who says that the People's Assembly will debate a personal affairs law for Christians in the current parliamentary session. Zaqzūq also says that the government is "mulling a new law to regulate the building of mosques and...
The author writes that when she heard that a three-story building in ‘Umrāniyyah had been converted into a mosque, she asked her newspaper editor if he would confirm this, which he did by sending a reporter there. She comments on the strange timing and speed of converting this unfinished building...
The Progressive National Unionist Party expressed its sorrow for the riots that happened outside the Giza governorate headquarters last week. It said the main reason behind the recent rise in sectarian violence is the government’s failure to issue a unified law for places of worship. The party...
Building a zāwiyah in front of a church formed the starting point of what the author refers to as fitnah in ‘Ayn Shams after historical friendly Muslim-Christian relations. 
The issue of rising sectarian tensions in Egypt is something that must be addressed directly and not shied away from, writes Hulsman in this week’s editorial.
The Ministry of Endowments has blocked the construction of minarets of new mosques on the pretext of cutting expenses.
A strange, unexpected decision issued by the Council of Governors prevents building new Azharite institutes. This decision is made in at the time when people feel suspicious towards the projects of the ?Greater Middle East? and ?renewal of religious discourse.” Dr. Abdel Mo‘ti Bayoumi, professor...
Du‘ā Mahmūd writes about a report published in an American paper about sectarian discrimination in Egypt.
Ahmad Abū al-Khir interviews one of the most controversial members of Parliament; alī Laban, member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The author criticizes the fatwá of Dr. ‘Ali Jum‘ah, which makes it permissible for mobile phone networks to fix antennas to the minarets of mosques.

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