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 'Ādīl al-Durjulī interviewed Georgette Qalīnī, a former member of parliament by appointment. Qalīnī related the reason for not being appointed in this parliament for what is well-know that appointing in the parliament can only be twice, and she was appointed twice already. She excluded the reason...
The Supreme State Security Emergency Court in Qena postponed the "Nagaa Hamady Massacre" trial yesterday until October 17th in order to hear the testimony of Bishop Kirollos. His testimony was requested by defendant El-Sayyed attorney, Dr. El-Sebai Ahmed El-Sebaei and Colonel Abdel Hakeem Al-Alaky...
The fortieth day mass was held in the monastery of Saint Badābā in Qena in the presence of political and Muslim and Christian leaders. MPs, however, were not present at the memorial service.
This article deals with the multiple examples of Christian harassment by Muslims in Egypt, as well as in Malaysia. The incidents of Nag Hammadi in 2009, and the murder of 21 Copts in the village of el-Kusheh in 2000 are compared. However, the attack in Nag Hammadi is different than others because...
The author reflects on and offers an in-depth analysis of the incident of Naj‘ Hammādī, in an attempt to answer the question “Who killed the Copts?”
This article summarizes the incident of Nag Hammadi on Christmas Eve, and the charges issued against the assailants. The three men who are charged with the shooting will go on trial on the 13th of February for a number of charges, a single one warranting the death sentence. The article also...
A report on the riots which followed the killing of six Copts in Naj‘ Hammādī: The clashes occurred as mourners received the bodies of the dead from the hospital, and after burial services. Protesters in Nag Hamadi, about 40 miles north of the ancient ruins of Luxor, attacked a police station with...
Le Figaro reports on Najc Hammādī and places these attacks in a context of an extended period of anti-Coptic sentiment in Egypt.
Watani International reporter Nader Shukry heads to Naj‘ Hammādī and gets caught up in the rioting which followed the shooting of six Copts. Shukry includes the change in the tone of Bishop Kyrillos statements which followed the visit to the bisphoric by Qena governor Magdi Ayyub, and also suggests...
Watani International reports on the incidents in Naj‘ Hammādī, listing the names of the dead and giving background about the threats reportedly received by Copts over revenge for the alleged rape of a Muslim girl in Farshūt. The article closes comparing the outrage over the killing of Marwa al-...
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