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The Independent has opened a discussion that has led to a strife pertaining to moving the tomb of Prophet Muhammad. 
  Arab-West Report talked to an Egyptian pastor about the situation of Christian Communities in Egypt. Our interview partner, who prefers not to be mentioned by name, is an Egyptian who has been living for several years abroad and returned to Egypt to work for the benefit of the Christian community...
Eight years have passed since the Egyptian former Minister of Culture has lost the elections for the presidency of UNESCO. In the book “Secrets of the Battle of UNESCO” by journalist Fat'hiyya al-Dakhakhnī and an introduction written by the great writer Makram Mohammad Ahmad, was presented this...
Egypt's media expert, Yāsser `Abd al-`Azīz said that social media networking has advantages and disadvantages at the same time, such as inflaming public opinion, incitement, inventing facts and misinformation. Another disadvantage, is that 80% of the young European who joined Dā`esh were recruited...
MP Ghāda Wālī strongly denounced rumors about the restriction of erecting the cross on the roof of churches, describing these as “remarkably incompatible with rationale thinking.”
Dr. Ḥāzim Ḥusnī, professor of economics and political science, dismissed the widespread belief in the existence of a conspiracy in Egypt as a "childish idea."
  Mūs`ad Herki, a specialist in the affairs of the South Valley and Nubia, expressed his severe dissatisfaction and anger with one of the media outlets that accused the Nubians of attempting to become independent from Egypt.
For the third time in a month, rumors had caused increasing tension between Muslims and Christians in Egypt, confirming the ongoing attempts of some who seek to take advantage of the excessive sensitivity on both sides, which could ignite sectarian strife at any time and for any reason.
This report by Arab-West Report explains the context of the massive destruction of churches and Christian institutions in Egypt in August 2013.
Sāmih Makram ‘Ubayd handed me his business card with the words, ‘I hope I get to use this again.’ Underneath his name it spelled out ‘Member of Parliament’. He took it back momentarily and penciled in an additional word in Arabic: ‘Dissolved’.


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