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Muhammad al-‘Azab, a member of the Shūrá Council from the Salafī al-Nūr Party and member of the National Council of Human Rights, severely criticized U.S. President Obama’s speech before the UN on Tuesday (September 25), adding the address was void of the simplest rules of diplomacy as he said he...
Abū Islām, prior to referral to the court, said he meant to insult U.S. Pastor Terry Jones, who called for a so-called Qur’ān Burning Day, back.
Badī’, who was addressing more than 1200 young people members of the Brotherhood, highlighted the importance of achieving unity with all groups of the Egyptian people.
Representatives of the Egyptian Orthodox, Evangelical and Catholic churches met Saturday (September 22) at the St. Mark Cathedral in the Cairo district of al-‘Abbāssīyah under acting patriarch Bishop Pachomius and all agreed to refuse the addition of an article sanctioning the Azhar to have sole...
Haggling renewed over Article II of the constitution on Saturday (September 22)
Dr. Muhammad ‘Abd al-Salām, a representative of the Azhar on the constitution-drafting panel, said the Azhar demands keeping the text of Article II as mentioned in the 1971 intact, which is advocated by the representatives of the three churches.  
The supreme state security prosecution embarked on investigations into a report by lawyers al-Sayīd Hāmid Muhammad and Nāsir al-‘Asqalānī, both are members in the Bar Association’s freedoms committee, against Ahmad ‘Abd Allāh, alias Abū Islām, accusing him of tearing a copy of the Bible during...
Signs of a strong clash between the Coptic Orthodox Church and President Muhammad Mursī are looming after the Salafī Front accused Bishop Serapion of involvement in the film defaming the Prophet Muhammad.
A battle of statements flared up between the Salafī Front and the Coptic Orthodox Church after the front lodged a complaint with the public prosecutor accusing three Christian clergymen, including Bishop Serapion, of co-producing the prophet-denigrating movie.  
Regardless of the preliminary agreement among political power on the necessity of drafting a consensus Constitution for all Egyptians, there are disputes around Article II between Copts and salafists. [Ahmad Abū Hajar, al-Wafd, August 20, p. 5] Read original text in Arabic 

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