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Henk-Jan van Maanen, a researcher, came from The Netherlands to research places of Islamism, Liberalism and Christianity in post-Mubarak Egypt. He met with AWR's Managing Director, Mr. Hānī Labīb, who helped him with some contacts from whom he can benefit.    
On April 16, 2011, 18 new governors were appointed by the head of the Supreme Council of Armed Forces. In Qena, Egyptians protested against the newly appointed Coptic governor ‘Imād Shihātah Michael, who replaced the former governor Majdī Ayūb, who was also a Copt. Demonstrators, who are mainly...
This statement was designed by Dutch Christians and Muslims together and is signed by representatives of the Council of Churches in the Netherlands , the Contact Assembly Muslims and Government, and the Coptic Orthodox Church in the Netherlands .    
In the final amendments of the Muslim Brotherhood's political party Freedom and Justice, it was agreed that women and Copts may run for the presidency. Amendments are still going to be presented to the group's Shūrá Council next week. Read original text in Arabic  
Najīb Sāwīrus, businessman and founder of the new liberal party “Free Egyptians”, denied saying that he doesn’t want any Copt to run for presidency. Instead he is calling any national efficient Copt to nominate himself in the elections.
Pope Shenouda decided to ban election propaganda or conferences inside any churches. Church sources attributed the pope’s decision to the problem that took place between Bishop Marqus, metropolitan of Shubrā, and Najīb Jibrā’īl, the head of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization.   On the...
Egypt's Christian expatriates in Europe yesterday said they were keen to support their country at the current transitional period following the radical changes the country has been going through over the past weeks. During a meeting with Prime Minister 'Īmād Sharaf in Cairo yesterday, a delegation...
After the negative tune of last week, naturally people were happy this week. The day that will for a long time remain unforgettable in every memory can be seen and heard in all the contributions of this week, and especially in the images shown in articles 3 and 20.  
It will probably only much later that we will understand what a pivotal role the peaceful protests in Tahrir square played for the transformation of an entire region which is still developing.  
The Egyptian religious establishment adhered to its position of favoring stability and opposing the spread of chaos and sabotage. It has also supported the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and the five communiqués it has issued since it took over following the stepping down of President Ḥusnī...

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