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The judges of the State Council supported the ruling that the Administrative Judiciary Court handed down in the case of al-Nabaa. It also rejected the appeal Mamdouh Mahran, the Editor-in-chief of the paper, lodged against the head of the Supreme Press Council.
The Appeal Court rejected an appeal presented by Mamdouh Mahran’s defense to change the members of the jury. It was proved to the appeal court that there was no animosity between the judge and the defendant, and therefore the appeal did not rely on real reasons.
Pope Shenouda canceled the celebration for the 46th anniversary of his becoming a monk due to the problem caused by al- Nabaa. He promised that the celebration would be compensated for by another one on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his becoming the head of the [Orthodox] church.
The Emergency State Security Misdemeanor Court decided to suspend the examination of the cases against Al -Nabaa and Akher Khabar newspapers until it has made a decision concerning the request from the defense to change the members of the jury. The head of the court said that the reasons the...
President Mubarak received Pope Shenouda in Ras al-Tin palace. In a two hour meeting the president and the pope discussed issues concerning Copts and how to maintain national unity. Neither party made a statement after the meeting.
Al-Ahram al-Arabi shed light on the life of monks under the title "We Are Angels Living on Earth." al-Ah...
The Supreme State Security Misdemeanors Court held its second session to examine the case of Mamdouh Mahran, the owner and the Editor -in-Chief of al-Nabaa newspaper. The session witnessed many quarrels between Mahran’s lawyers and the lawyers representing the church and Pope Shenouda. Mahran’s...
Swift intensive efforts were made this week to contain a Muslim-Christian crisis due to a blasphemous article, by a Muslim writer, about a former monk. Thousands of angry youths protested against the article, the Government was accused of being in collusion with the paper, Pope Shenouda...
Mamdouh Mahran, chief editor of the weekly al-Nabaa, claimed that a former Coptic monk had practiced prostitution inside the church. Mahran was highly criticized in Egyptian media and was accused of damaging national unity. His article provoked angry protests by Copts in Assiut and in the main...
The Editor-in-Chief of Al-Nabaa was put under guard in the hospital where he is being treated from a heart attack. He stated that his defense would request that the implementation of his three-year prison sentence be stopped because of his health condition and for the good of his work.
The Editor-in-Chief of Al-Nabaa stressed that he did not [mean to] hurt the feelings of Copts [by publishing pornographic photos of an expelled monk] and that he did not mean to cause any division between the children of the one nation. He also stressed that Al-Nabaa was not a sexual paper.
The Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court postponed the examination of the appeal lodged by the editor-in-chief of Al-Nabaa, in which he asked for cancellation of the judgment given by the Administrative Court that withdrew Al-Nabaa’s license and stopped it from being issued.
The defense of the editor in chief of Al-Nabaa said that the sentence his client was given did not include the words "with labor"-which means that he can serve the sentence either in the prison or outside it.
Mamdouh Mahran died Saturday of a heart attack [Mahran was the chairman of the board and editor-in-chief of al-Naba´a, that published the highly controversial story about the sexual life of a former monk].
Different reports on whether or not Christians in Islamic countries are persecuted: 30.1 Hermann Schalück OFM Persecuted Christians? Introduction 30.2 Johannes Müller SJ Religious Freedom - Aspirations and Reality Reflections on the Complex Relationship between Christians and Muslims 30.3 Theodor...
The Cairo summary justice court will hear on Sunday the action brought by the president of the Al-Kalema Center of Human Rights against Al-Naba´a paper, over stopping its issuance.
The Dokki Misdemeanor Court postponed hearing the action a lawyer brought against the Editor-in-Chief of Al-Naba’a paper, over the publication of indecent photos, to November 19.
The Supreme Administrative Court issued a judgment annulling an earlier Administrative Court ruling, which banned Al-Naba´a newspaper from offending society and the Church by publishing an article about a so-called monk in June 2001. The article gives two messages, the first reflecting the...
The High Administrative Court gave its ruling that Al- Naba´a paper should be allowed to publish. Pope Shenouda raised a court case to stop publication and another accusing the paper´s editor-in-chief of using abusive language. Before the court issued its ruling, he said that he did not...

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