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Five years have now elapsed since the June 30 Revolution broke out in 2013 forming a major landmark in the modern history of Egypt. However, some western intellectuals and politicians, such as the French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, viewed it as a military coup. But the truth is that it is...
The writer stressed in his article on three main facts. First, that the June 30 Revolution is a real popular uprising that was backed by the Armed Forces. Second, that the Egyptian Army had played a national political role throughout the history of Egypt, so its role in the June 30 revolution was...
From time to time, I receive invitations to participate in dialogues, platforms, forums, seminars, or to contribute intellectually through research papers, on the perceptions and scenarios on the future of our Arab region. All these dialogues are directly or indirectly connected with the interest...
The army has asked the Crisis Committee for the Orthodox Church to specify the Churches and places of worship that are a priority for rebuilding or restoration after they were damaged during the violence that followed June 30, after a previous attempt to raise the necessary funds for restoring them...
In occasion of president al-Sīsī’s speech at the United Nations, the Egyptian Catholic Church announced that it will join the Egyptian Front Coalition in support for their president and the legitimacy of the 30th of June at the United Nations Plaza in New York on coming Thursday 25th of September.
Bishop Yuannas, the secretary of former Coptic Pope Shenouda III., said that before the revolution of 30th of June, the Copts feared of the continuation of the former regime.
Bishop Yoannis, Bishop of Services and the secretary of late Pope Shenouda stated the Copts prior to June 30th have been afraid of the continuation of the former regime and that after the 30th of June the felt secure again
The Cairo Criminal Court has ruled to acquit activist Alaā’ Abd al- Fattāh and Muhammad ‘Abd al- Rahmān Nūby and Wa’īl Mahmūd Mitwally with a guarantee of five thousand LE together with 22 others
The fundamental traditional Islam spread in Egypt not only among followers of Islamist political movements such as the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis, but also among the ordinary segments of the population, and after decades of abortions of any attempt to renew the religious discourse. A year...
The mosque of Abu al-Ḥaggag [Abū al-Ḥajjāj] dominates the first court at Luxor Temple and aptly demonstrates the continuing adaptation of ancient monuments to modern use. Luxor remained very much intact during the Roman period, when the monument was incorporated within the Roman camp and devoted to...

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