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The spokesman of the Coptic Orthodox Church declares that the Coptic problem does not lie in article two of the Constitution, but in the manner in which this article can be applied or interpreted. Justice implies specifying Islamic Sharī‘ah as “a” main source of legislation rather than “the” main...
Majdī Khalīl tackles the different categories in which Christians are usually divided.
The Bahā’īs are willing to participate in the referendum on the constitutional amendments as Egyptian citizens.
The incident of the exclusion of a Christian reader from her job reflects the excess of some officials within the Egyptian administrative system that aim to exclude Christian citizens from the top ranking positions.
The interview with Muṣṭafá al- Fiqī, chief of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the People’s Assembly, is about the new amendments to the Constitution, the concept of the citizenship, and the Coptic political stance among these changes.
Kamāl Sa‘d devoted his full-page article entitled, ‘An Open Message to President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak,’ in al-Ahālī of February 7, 2007, to the proposed Constitutional amendments that are expected to come into effect soon.
Kamīl Ḥalīm, chairman of the Coptic Assembly of America, presents his views on the constitutional articles and amendments.
The article discusses the conference of ’The Minority in the Middle East’ headed by the Chief of the emigrated Copts, cĀdil Abādīr. The conference is mainly about minorities’ rights in the Middle East.
Coptic, like Muslim fundamentalism, is not in the interest of Egypt. Usāmah Salāmah from Rose al-Yūsuf discusses different arguments of Coptic figures and responds to them in the following article.
The author comments on the recent events involving Faysal Islamic Bank.


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