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In an interview, George Ishāq, the Kifāyah coordinator, criticized the regime in Egypt for torturing political activists and expressed the hope that Egyptians would soon rise up and demonstrate against the government as the people of Lebanon did.
The article discusses a study conducted by the author on the political and social circumstances of Copts.
The conference about the reform in the Coptic Orthodox Church is still arousing noise. This review presents the comments of Bishop Murqus, the official spokesman of Pope Shenouda III, and other different echoes and comments on the conference.
The coordinator of the controversial movement Kifāyah says, in this interview with Sawt al-Ummah, that his group has included all political orientations in a bid to unify ranks in the face of a regime that is loathed by all Egyptians.
Kifayah is experiencing internal conflict between its leaders and youths for change.
A critique of a member of the ’Kifāyah’ movement for showing intolerance towards press criticism.
Karam Jabr asserts the importance of limiting mosques’ role to worship and supports the recent law banning demonstrations from being held in mosques.
The Kifāyah movement attacks government corruption while it turns a blind eye to its own malpractice.
Rose al- Yūsuf obtained an internal note of “Kifāyah” that criticizes the movement harshly and calls for radical change in its internal organisation.
The German-Egyptian humanitarian activist Philip Rizk was released after an ordeal of over four days of police interrogations. Philip Rizk described the experience at a press conference at his house on February 13.

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