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Tāriq al-Zumur has filed an appeal before the court against the ministry of interior because he and his cousin ‘Abbūd remain in detention despite having completed their jail sentences in 2003.
Anti-Muslim Brotherhood releases in the Egyptian press.
Najīb Jibrā’īl asserts that a lawsuit promoted against Max Michael was not accepted, claiming that new claimants joined them for the appeal court. On the other hand, Max Michael seems to be sure of winning in the end, claiming that his church will soon be recognized and that he will organize a...
The author discusses the religious classification on identity cards, and the problems a Christian experienced when he was mistakenly cited as being a Muslim.
Some Copts from the village of al-Hamām in Assiut accuse a Muslim family, al- Suwayfī, of stealing their plot of land. At the same time, they criticize officials from the village’s police station of delaying procedures to obtain their land back.
Four Christian and two Muslim suspects, who were arrested in sectarian-inspired incidents that occurred in Alexandria, are still being held by the State Security Department despite having been acquitted by the court.
Majdī Khalīl discusses the forced disappearance of Coptic girls. The phenomenon is not new, however it being announced more frequently. Khalīl discusses the reasons why Coptic families are more often daring to announce the disappearance of their girls, and the reasons behind the increase of the...
The review presents different news reports from Egypt: Bishop Marqus, the spokesman for Pope Shenouda, asked the government to allow continuance of the “Guidance and Advice sessions.” Parliamentary sessions will be intensively resumed in a new term that is expected to debate proposed...
Watanī publishes the response of the Ministry of Interior over incidents of young Coptic girls disappearing. Watanī asserts that the letter from the ministry contradicts the actual incidents and tries to cover the ministry’s incapacity to determine the exact facts and locations of the victims.
The author asserts that the marriage of a Muslim man and an Egyptian Christian woman is another interfaith issue which is not treated fairly by the authorities.


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