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The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) expressed great concern about the ruling issued today by the Minya Criminal Court, which acquitted three defendants for stripping  Suʿād Thābit, who's known in the media as the ‘Lady of al-Karam’. 
His Eminence Bishop Ilarion, bishop of the Churches in Western Alexandria, issued a statement concerning the events of al-Wardiyān, which resulted in the killing of a Copt and the injury of two others. He confirmed that on Thursday, December 10,  two brothers, who're known for their thuggery record...
Christian places of prayer subjected to increasing attacks
In a talk show aired on Egyptian TV Channels, head of the Episcopal Church, Dr. Rev. Murād Ḥanna, praised the decision of Egyptian President al-Sīsī to found a committee that counters sectarian conflicts.
The Libyan government began forming a committee to investigate the attack of an Egyptian church in Benghazi. The government has said it will take the necessary actions to secure the Church and its residents. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the International Cooperation Libya have condemned the...
I witnessed the events of sectarian strife in al-Zawya al-Ḥamrā’on this day, June 17, in 1981. I saw with my own eyes the state of terrible chaos that included killing and the looting of jewellers’ shops, and I saw a building in fire, crumbling to the ground.  I was in my second year of university...
Secretary of the Coptic Orthodox Holy Synod and General Bishop of the Cairo Center Churches, Bishop Rūfa'īl, personally thanked Bishop Makarios, the General Bishop of Minya and Abū Qūrqās, Upper Egypt, for rejecting the customary reconciliation session in relation to the incident of Al-Karma. 
In a press statement, member of the Monitoring Committee of the Egyptian House of the Family (Bayt al-`Ā'ela), Dr. `Abd al-Rehīm Rehān, said that the Committee has presented a report on its visit to the affected families of Al-Karma village in Minya. The aim of the visit was to diffuse the tension...
Media Office of Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi released a statement on Thursday, confirming the Presidency's followup of the measures taken against the perpetrators involved in the unfortunate events in one of the villages of Minya.  
Ahmad al-Sayyed al-Najjār, chairman of Al-Ahrām Foundation, condemned recent clashes between Muslims and Copts in Minya Governorate. Al-Najjār wrote on the social networking site facebook: "The Minya incident is a scourge of mankind that plagues Egypt with sectarian backwardness, demagoguery, of...

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