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William al-Mīrrī writes about Coptic problems in 2005: The Hamayouni decree and the U.S. Coptic conference, recently held in Washington.
Jamāl As‘ad argues whether the inadequate representation of Copts in parliament, local councils and professional syndicates and the disputes over building and renovating churches are the main reasons behind the tension in Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt.
A copy of the Group for Democratic Development and Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence Studies’ report on the Alexandria sectarian riots in October 2005.
A working group of the ruling National Democratic Party has been working throughout the past to years on a final draft of a unified law for building houses of worship.
The case of the jailed Zumour brothers is to be discussed by the members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the People’s Assembly.
An Israeli postage stamp with an offensive picture of a mu’adhin engenders angry reactions in Muslim communities.
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.
Dr. Muhammad Ibrāhīm Mansour criticizes the Muslim Brotherhood for not offering a comprehensive platform on political reform. Given the fact it represents the major opposition force in Egypt, Mansour argues that Muslim Brotherhood’s unprecedented success in the recent parliamentary election will...
The Muslim Brotherhood’s unprecedented success in the recent parliamentary elections has raised fears over the future of the political process in Egypt. Kamāl Zākhir Mousa argues that Egypt’s major opposition group does not have a clear agenda for a civil state, in which all citizens enjoy the same...
A discussion of the number of Coptic candidates in the elections.


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