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Meanwhile, 'Ādil 'Afīfī, the leader of the salafī al-Asālah (Authenticity) Party, said that the presence of a Coptic vice president in the presidential team "divides the society on sectarian basis," adding salafists refuse this. He added that if Article II of the constitution did not contain the...
General Bishop Theodosius of Giza said the incidents in Dahshūr were not a fitnah tā'fīyah but rather thuggish acts under the guise of religion, denouncing the "new drive" of mass expulsion of Copts. "The two persons who fanned the flames of the incidents were friends in the first place. Part of...
The conciliatory session, in which the president's advisor, a delegation from the Shūrá Council, the deputy shaykh of the Azhar and the governor of Giza took part, successfully calmed the tension in Dahshūr after clashes erupted there between two Muslim and Christian families. Mu'āz Muhammad Hasab...
Al-Jamā'ah al-Islāmīyah said that the regrettable incidents in Dahshūr did not amount to a sectarian fitnah but were rather extension of an individual problem between two persons that had no religious dimension. The Jamā'ah, in a statement, said that it is not acceptable at all from a Muslim...
Muftī of the Republic Dr. 'Alī Jum'ah said that the protection of Christian minority is a religious duty that must be shouldered by the Muslim majority, urging quick, fair and deterring trials against the perpetrators involved in the Dahshūr incidents. Commenting on rumors about the construction of...
General Bishop Theodosius of Giza said the incidents in Dahshūr were not a fitnah tā'fīyah but rather thuggish acts under the guise of religion, denouncing the "new drive" of mass expulsion of Copts. "The two persons who fanned the flames of the incidents were friends in the first place. Part of...
Dr. 'Abd al-Tawāb Qutb, the deputy shaykh of the Azhar, said he expected a breakthrough in the Dahshūr crisis soon thanks to efforts exerted during the past few days to prevent the explosive situation from proliferating. [Author Not Mentioned, al-Akhbār, Aug. 5, p. 4] Read original text in Arabic
Al-Jamā'ah al-Islāmīyah said that the regrettable incidents in Dahshūr did not amount to a sectarian fitnah but were rather extension of an individual problem between two persons that had no religious dimension. The Jamā'ah, in a statement, said that it is not acceptable at all from a Muslim...
The Shūrá Council commission led by Muhammad al-Fiqī, Chairman of the Council's Financial and Economic Affairs Committee, had visited Dahshūr in a bid to settle the disputes between Muslims and Copts there. A rally comprising Muslim and Christian local residents, interior ministry officials and...
The conciliatory session, in which the president's advisor, a delegation from the Shūrá Council, the deputy shaykh of the Azhar and the governor of Giza took part, successfully calmed the tension in Dahshūr after clashes erupted there between two Muslim and Christian families. Mu'āz Muhammad Hasab...

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