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The author discusses the historical debates on the proportional representation of Copts and states that the idea was originally refused because Muslims and Copts felt that it was in Egypt’s best interests to put national identity above religious identity.
Many people believe that Muslim Brotherhood, after winning an unprecedented number of seats in the recent parliamentary elections, will go on to establish a religious state or the neo-Islamic Caliphate in Egypt has been its dream since it first saw the light of day.
A look at the various reasons for Coptic candidates’ failure in the elections, such as the church’s endorsement of candidates and the fundamentally sectarian basis on which they often enter the race.
A Coptic politician’s perspective on the parliamentary elections, the actions of the Muslim Brotherhood and potential repercussions of their growing confidence and power.
The sectarian tensions in Alexandria are linked by the author to the electoral campaign between Copts and Muslims in Alexandria.
Since 1971, religious problems have started to emerge on the Egyptian scene tangibly, albeit not in a very serious manner. Muslims and Christians clashed in the city of Al-Khanka. Following Al-Khanka incident, a committee affiliated with the People's Assembly visited the incident site and offered a...
A member of Parliament of the Muslim Brotherhood said that Egypt should prevent the trade of wine because Egypt is an Islamic country. However, Dr. Zeinab Radwan and Dr. Abdel-Mo’ti Bayoumi believe that there is nothing wrong about non-Muslims drinking wine in Egypt. Dr. Georget Sobhi [a Christian...
The article is about the National Council for Human Rights. The author explains that Egyptians pin much hope on the new council. Egyptians are looking forward to regain a worth lost and a dignity curtailed before the official, political and security apparatuses in Egypt. The author argues...
Pope Shenouda prepared a request to submit to the People’s Assembly for it to decide upon the Christian unified personal statues law. This new law, which specifies nine reasons for divorce, will solve the problems of Christians who got divorced but cannot get permission to re-marry.
The author compares the reaction of some MPs to the publication of three sexy novels by the Ministry of Culture and theirs reaction to Al-Kosheh rulings. He wonders why none of the MPs thought of raising questions, with the Minister of Justice or the Minister of the Interior, concerning the...

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