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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...
Sectarian violence kills 192 people in Nigeria.
The Administrative Court is expected to rule in the case of Mario and Andrew on March 30, 2010.
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...
Mufīd Shihāb discusses human rights conditions in Egypt with the assistant of the American Secretary of State for Democracy and Human Rights Affairs. .
This article gives a brief background on the various Christian communities in the Middle East, emphasizing the decline of the Christian population over the last century. This is a result of emigration to western Europe and America, driven by several factors, among them persecution
The Manager of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Status Husām Bahjat criticizes the state's reaction towards the late incidents of Nagj‘ Hammādī. He believes they failed to deal wisely with the incidents either before or after they erupted.    
Asia Times covers the Najc Hammādī incidents, linking the attacks to the alleged rape of a Muslim teenager in Farshūt. The article also picks up on reports of anti-Christian shouting in the town.  
Le Figaro reports on Najc Hammādī and places these attacks in a context of an extended period of anti-Coptic sentiment in Egypt.
Following the tragic incidents of Naj‘ Hammādī, an angry Youssef Sidhom asks “Where is President Mubarak?” Focussing on the report to the president by the NCHR, Sidhom asks the regime to intervene to protect Copts from future attacks and to apply the law without discrimination so that justice is...


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