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Indeed, I do despise posters of laments and complaints, and all those who raise them in shame and humiliation. I hate to stand on the sidewalks of whining to view the suffering of weakness and submissiveness, requesting to lift the injustice done to individuals or groups for factional reasons or...
Within the framework of ongoing cooperation policy between the newspaper Al-Bawāba News and the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies (ACRPS), we present to our readers the analytical study on this concern conducted by Dr. Mahmūd Ahmad `Abdallah the political science expert in ACRPS and the...
In response to the statement released by the Coptic Solidarity (CS) at its 7th annual conference in Washington, `Ali Ayman Abu Al-`Ela, member of Health Committee of the House of Representatives, asserted that he supports the call of CS to revoke Egypt's blasphemy law. He confirmed that amendment...
Kamāl Zākher sees a further problem, namely, the unified Building Law 119 that is not applicable to remote areas and villages, hence causing an obstacle to get a permit of church construction.
Coptic Orthodox Holy Synod released a statement on Wednesday, announcing the consensus it has reached with the Egyptian Government on the formulation of the law on building churches.
In an interview given to Al-Barlamāni newspaper, `Ali Ayman Abu Al-`Ella, member of the Health Committee at the House of Representatives, commented on the statement disclosed by The Coptic Solidarity (CS) Organization's 7th Conference held in Washington, under the title The Future of Egypt’s...
Ishāk Ibrahīm, researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), said that the discussions on building and constructing churches does not bode well; instead it raises concern on what is happening behind closed doors.
Lawyer Shehāta Muhammad, head of the Arab Center for Transparency said that the parliament and the government must unconditionally accept the draft law that will be presented by the church tomorrow to Magdī al-`Agāti, Minister of Transitional Justice and Parliamentary Affairs. 
Badrān: Personal status laws are creating a new generation of children on the streets Doctor Hudā Badrān, the President of the Egyptian Women’s Union, said that Personal Status Laws are most focused on the role of the family, adding that the laws treat women as they were treated decades ago. She...
Public Prosecutor ‘Abd al-Majīd Mahmūd ordered immediate investigations into reports accusing the Dutch ambassador in Cairo of attempting to foment sectarian strife by providing his country with misinformation about the conditions of Copts in Egypt. [‘Umar al-Khūlī, al-Sabāh, Oct. 2, p. 3] Read...

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