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Dr. Yāssir Burhamī, deputy head of the Da’wah al- Salafiah, stated that the sexual harassment that took place in Tahrir Square is disgusting and provokes any rational and adult Muslim to disgust and anger.
After issuing the Parliamentary Elections Bill, the Minister of Transitional Justice agreed with some parties representatives that the electoral lists must hold three Copts and 7 women.
Three recent laws which were issued by former President Adly Mansūr threaten the religious interpretation of the Da’wah al- Salafiah. 
 Four unknown assailants have thrown Molotov cocktails on a charity exhibition to sell house products at a low cost for soon- to –be wed couples of limited means, in Aswan.
Sources in the Nūr party have expressed their dismay at the new parliamentary elections law which have conditioned that both Copts and females be put on parties’ electoral lists. 
Youths from the Salafī al-Nūr (Light) Party and al-Da'wah al-Salafīyah (Salafī Call) group rejected the expulsion of Christians from al-'Āmrīyah, according to al-Nūr's official spokesman Nādir Bakkār. "The Salafīs have defended the Christians, protected them from local residents' wrath and...
A fact-finding commission sent by the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) to investigate the sectarian unrest in the troubled district of al-'Āmrīyah, Alexandria, revealed that the Christian families forced to leave their homes and property after clashes over a purported love affair...
Salafīs have saved the village of Sharbāt, al-Nahdāh neighborhood, in the western Alexandria district of al-'Āmrīyah, from a conflagration that could have consumed everyone in its way, said the spokesman for the Salafī al-Nūr (Light) Party, the second largest in the Egyptian parliament. 
While the Coptic Pope has supported al-Sīsī’s presidential bid, Coptic intellectuals think it may take more than the Pope’s blessings for the Copts to vote for him. 
Rānyā Khalīl Ibrāhīm, the heroine of yet another sectarian trouble sparked recently in Mīt Bashār village, Minyā al-Qamh town, al-Sharqia governorate, said that she was not kidnapped and that she left her father’s home with her own free will. [‘Ādil al-Shā’ir, al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, Feb. 19, p. 6]...

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