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In his column this week, Father Rafiq Greish [Rafīq Jarīsh] comments on President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī during the World Youth Forum in Sharm al-Shaykh: It was not a speech like any other one we heard before, although what President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī was saying is known for us, namely, the...
Security forces in Libya have arrested the Egyptian terrorist Hishām ʿAshmāwī  in the eastern city of Darnah.
During his participation in session dubbed "The role of world leaders in building and sustaining peace" as part of the ongoing World Youth Forum, Egypt’s President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī commented on the terror attack on Egypt’s Copts few days ago saying, that Egypt does not discriminate between...
Naguib Gabriel [Najīb Jubrāʾīl], President of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organization (E.U.H.R.O), submitted a draft proposal to amend the Penal Code to the Egyptian Parliament. The amendments to the penal code are to classify crimes of assault on Christian places of worship and/or church-...
Background: Bahāʾ al-Dīn Ḥassan [Bahay Hassan] is an Egyptian Human Rights defender who has led the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, CIHRS. Since he has received death threats for his work, he is currently living in France. Najād Barʿaī [Negad Borai] also works in the field Human Rights...
Egypt made a move to eliminate hate speech by participating in the meeting of the Communication Working Group affiliated tothe Global Coalition to Combat ISIL, which was held in the US capital Washington. Egypt’s delegation was headed by Ambassador Aḥmad Abu Zayd, spokesman of the Ministry of...
Political analysts have warned of a new terrorist threat posed by radical Islamist groups in Egypt, especially the banned Muslim Brotherhood. According to Reuters International ‘the group is preparing for a new wave of violence inside the country.’
From time to time within our Arab Islamic world, there erupts a demand to reform religious discourse and to address the clerics on this issue. Clerics are wrongly accused, even if partially or indirectly, of being the cause behind religious extremism that sometimes leads to violence, as has been...
The Christians of the Shubra district (Greater Cairo) confirmed having voted for ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī, saying that there is no one like him when it comes to governing Egypt. The electoral race ended last Wednesday. Since al-Sīsī took down the Brotherhood, he spared no effort in openness and...
Egypt’s Ministry of Interior prepared for the upcoming Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Easter to secure and update exceptional security measures.  

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