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The testimony of Field Marshal Hussein Tantāwī, the head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, as a witness in the trial of former president Husnī Mubārak, has been postponed to September 24, judicial sources said yesterday.
A Cairo court will open a case to expel the Israeli envoy to Cairo over the killing of Egyptian police on the border area, as a judicial authority plans to file a lawsuit requesting that Israel pay $5 billion in compensation for the same incident. The case for expelling the ambassador will be heard...
"Awake and arise, Christians, we will not say it to the priests, the archbishops or the pope…we are not in a jungle" -  were chants of Copts denied remarriage. The agonized cries echoed on the stairs of the Ministry of Justice on July 8 as they protested about church laws on marriage and divorce....
Ignoring a petition from Pope Shenouda III, hundreds of Copts yesterday continued a nine-day sit-in outside the official TV Building near the Cairo Nile, as investigations proved recent clashes in the area were not religiously motivated. More Copts joined the protest asking for perpetrators in...
During the last few days, occupied with recent news of attacks and demolishing of two churches in Imbābah, as well as attacks on Egyptian Christian youths protesters, no one paid attention to the news about expanding the emergency law to the end of parliament and presidential elections.  
In the absence of firm political and social action, the events in Imbābah may not be the last episode of sectarian strife. An activist says Muslims and Christians are living in a state of acute polarization, in which you can easily find Christians who think that all Muslims are violent and Muslims...
 It goes without saying that a comprehensive process for reformulating Egyptian politics is just around the corner. The last constitutional amendments have limited presidential terms to a maximum of four years, with candidates eligible to serve no more than two terms, and have stipulated the...
The Military Court handed down on April 11 a three-year term in jail against Michael Nabīl, a Coptic blogger, for spreading false news and information about the army and its institutions.
 Kamal Zakher, the coordinator of Coptic secular bloc, is waiting for the Ministry of Justice's decision concerning the secular united personal status law for Copts.  
 A major problem in Egypt is that the average Egyptian has an unfailing sense that official authorities have no better business but to lie in wait for any successful project or effort that the average Egyptian has achieved, ready to pounce and stamp it out at the first viable opportunity. It takes...

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