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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.
According to article no. 4 of law 84 for 2002, the Ibn Khaldūn Center and the “American and the Democratic Institutes” are considered to be legally dissolved.
The author criticizes the practices of state security apparatuses, for failing to effectively enforce the law and refer lawbreakers to justice.
Nādir Shukrī tells the story of the arrest of Christian youth without charges following the alleged kidnapping of a Christian girl.
A discussion about shortcomings in the administration of justice in Egypt that allow unscrupulous people to get away with crime.
An investigative report into the arrest of seven young men in the al-Marj district and the demonstrations that followed.
An official report investigated the conditions that led to the killing of former president, al-Sādāt. The author is not convinced and asks for complete transparency and divulgence of the state’s archives 25 years later.
The author notes the impending release of seven Copts still detained by State Security Investigations, despite being found not guilty of the charges of premeditated murder, carrying arms, and abduction.
Pope Shenouda urged Copts to take preventive and cautious measures during their phone callsbecause State Security Investigation monitors them.


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