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The Criminal Court in Naj’ Hammādī (Nag Hammadi) has sentenced eight men accused of killing two Copts to death, and transferred their papers to the Muftī and the General Prosecution for further legal opinion. Security services had originally received a report on 26th January 2011 of the death of Mu...
The three defendants in the attack on the Virgin Mary Church in the 6th of October City have given the investigators information on the seventh colleague who participated in the attack on the church (Muhammad al- Qamāsh, al- Misrī al- Yawm, Feb. 8). Read original text in Arabic.   
The prosecution ordered the imprisonment pending investigations of the third suspect in the same case. The prosecution has ordered downloading the mobile e pmessages and the lap–top contents to find the real perpetrators of the crime (Umniyah Ibrāhīm and Ahmad Sharbāsh, al- Wafd, Feb. 3, p. 3). ...
The Giza criminal court has decided to sentence 12 defendants who were accused of taking part in killing General Nabīl Farāg in Kirdāsah, Giza to death, pending the opinion of the grand muftī. 
The three Coptic Orthodox, Evangelical and Catholic Churches also declined to comment on the rulings handed down by the Supreme Constitutional Court on Thursday (June 14) regarding the invalidity of the one-third individual seats in parliament and the unconstitutionality of the law on practicing...
Dozens of Copts protested outside the Supreme Court to reject verdicts sentencing 12 Christians to 25-year imprisonment terms in the case of sectarian unrest in Abū Qurqās, al-Minya, in April. [‘Abd al-Wahāb Sha’bān, al-Wafd, May 28, p. 1] Read original text in Arabic
The Administrative Judiciary Court on Tuesday is looking into the case of dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood group. The lawsuit was filed by lawyer Shihātah Muhammad Shihātah against Muslim Brotherhood Murshid (Guide) Muhammad Badī’ and FJP leader Muhammad Mursī, saying that the group has been...
In a fresh escalated reaction to the Constitutional Court’s ruling invalidating the law on the election of the People’s Assembly, the lower house of the two-chamber parliament, legislators from the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) insisted on convening a legislative committee...
The Central Luxor Criminal Court decided to postpone the lawsuit against Christian teacher, Dimīyānah 'Ubayd 'Abd al-Nūr, until June 3. She is accused of disdaining Islam, insulting Prophet Muhammad, and preaching against Islam (Hajāj Salāmah, al-Wafd, May 22, p.8). Read original text in Arabic.
An Egyptian criminal court referred to the Egyptian Dār al-Iftāʾ the documents of seven members of what has been known as ‘the Maṭrūḥ terror cell affiliated to the militant Islamic group Dāʿish’ operating from Libya. 

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