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The author argues that globalization has opened Egypt’s borders to international interference in her domestic affairs.
Muhammad Salmāwī argues that Egypt is at a crossroads between an Islamic religious state and a civil state governed by the ruling party which has lost credibility in the Egyptian street.
A number of Coptic organizations in the West have urged Egypt’s Copts to withdraw from the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP), in protest at the party’s recent stance against Copts during the parliamentary elections.
A discussion of the number of Coptic candidates in the elections.
The author discusses her reasons for attending and speaking at the much-criticized Washington conference entitled "Democracy in Egypt for Muslims and Christians."
Sa‘īd Faraj writes on the 26 days he spent in prison during the recent parliamentary elections, which he claims was a result of his criticism of the National Democratic Party.
Despite Pope Shenouda’s support for President Husnī Mubārak in the presidential elections, only two Copts are running in the parliamentary elections with the support of the National Democratic Party.
We have to draw a line between the different incidents we have been facing recently and the demands supported at the national level. Those incidents are either related to a Christian woman who converted to Islam, a defrocked priest in obscene situations or some play acted inside a church. In all...
The outlawed organization knows that state or ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) officials agree to attend meetings on democracy and reform providing Muslim Brotherhood activist do not attend, even though such meetings tend to focus on the Brotherhood.
During the annual national unity Iftār (fast-breaking meal) organized by Pope Shenouda III, some members of the Coptic Orthodox Church referred to Jamāl Mubārak as "first young man”, seemingly endorsing his position as potential successor to his father, Husnī Mubārak.

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