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President Sadat described 1972 as a "foggy year." Students and intellectuals started adopting this name and promoted it. Everybody waited for the war to start to revenge 1967 but it then seemed that Sadat was hesitant and would never make the decision which made students at universities attack...
Pope Shenouda was sent to his monastery in 1981 after ’an extreme disagreement with President Sadat’. President Mubarak released him in January 1985. The magazine interviewed Pope Shenouda about his feelings about President Mubarak.
An interview with Dr. Abdel-Sabour Shahin, author of the controversial book "My father Adam", after the recent rejection of the case to ban the publishing of his book. Here he talks about the comparison of the case to a similar case he brought against Dr. Nasr Abu-Zeid some years ago, and about...
"Giving statements requires being logical and fluent, and everything that lacks reason and does not reveal a truth is not a statement, even in signed by a hundred "intellectuals"!!, whether headed or not headed by Said Al-Naggar [Al-Naggar means the carpenter], the blacksmith, or even Said the car-...
This is a statement about the recent events of Al-Kosheh. Hundreds of cultured people in Egypt signed it. These people care about the country’s concerns.
Bishop Wissa’s name is central to the understanding of the violence [Fitna] in Al-Kosheh, both in 1998 and in the more recent events. Since the first events of Al-Koshh in 1998, his name has become known outside his bishopric and Egypt’s borders and [his name] was repeated continuously in the Press...
... There were a good number of people with interests - inside and outside - messing with many things, and dealing with what happened in Al-Kosheh as spoils to be taken, even if they had to start more fires in it!
After deciding to change the name of the village of Al-Kosheh in Sohag to the village of Al-Salaam [meaning, Peace] in accordance with the wishes of the local administration... the local administration units in a number of cities and villages in Upper Egypt are conducting a comprehensive research...
On January 7th, the special warrior, Lieutenant General Fou’ad Aziz Ghali died. With his death, Egypt has lost one of its faithful sons who gave his life for the dignity and safety of this country. He was awarded 23 medals for his excellent performance in the October War.
In interviews from Cairo to the deep southern town of Kosheh, many Egyptians voiced mistrust and scorn for the other religion, while others said Egypt enjoyed religious harmony and that Kosheh was an isolated incident.

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