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Mohammed Al Mahi does not think that families of the victims of Al-Kosheh riots will take revenge following the sentence. Bishop Wissa says that he will not stay still and he won’t take part in any reconciliation.
Colonel Dr. Mohammed al-Ghannam, previous director of Legal Research at the Ministry of Interior asked how the situation could deteriorate so dangerously around the turn of the years 1999/2000 while the Ministry of Interior was claiming they were in control. Despite a declaration from People’s...
"Giving statements requires being logical and fluent, and everything that lacks reason and does not reveal a truth is not a statement, even in signed by a hundred "intellectuals"!!, whether headed or not headed by Said Al-Naggar [Al-Naggar means the carpenter], the blacksmith, or even Said the car-...
This is a statement about the recent events of Al-Kosheh. Hundreds of cultured people in Egypt signed it. These people care about the country’s concerns.
The absence of the People’s Assembly from the scene of events in the latest Al-Kosheh incidents was conspicuous as if the Assembly did not exist or made itself to be so. We have not seen one single representative forwarding an inquiry or filing a notification request or posing an expedient question...
Bishop Wissa’s name is central to the understanding of the violence [Fitna] in Al-Kosheh, both in 1998 and in the more recent events. Since the first events of Al-Koshh in 1998, his name has become known outside his bishopric and Egypt’s borders and [his name] was repeated continuously in the Press...
In response to the suggestion of Said Abdel-Khaleq, Al-Wafd’s editor-in-chief, members of the People’s Assembly decided to start an initiative to change the name of Al-Kosheh village to Al-Mahabba [love].
The members of the Peoples’ Assembly and the Shura council (Upper House) in Sohag have asked for the transfer of the responsible persons who have sent statements abroad about the incidents in al-Kussh village and who are to be put on trial by the general prosecutor.
The People’s Assembly and Shoura Council members from Sohag have announced their strong condemnation of the rude letter sent from the British Lord to Sohag’s governor.

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