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Military experts have said that the Egyptian people will not accept the existence of an Islamic state. Major General Jamāl Maẓlūm (Gen.) said, "Whatever the percentage of participants [were Muslim] at the rally in Taḥrīr Square...I do not think that the people of Egypt are moving towards a...
  The official spokesman of the Islamic Group, 'Asām 'Abd al-Mājd, was heard making comments after he left a mosque on Friday in Cairo, describing the protesters in Tahrīr Square as “hooligans.” The Islamic Group has denied these comments.  
Dr. 'Isām Sharaf handed down a mandate calling for the removal of up to 120 officers, including 15 Major Generals, alleged to be responsible for the deaths of demonstrators during the January 25 revolution.
Five-thousands Copts from the Maspero Youth Coalition organized a march from the Supreme Court to al-Tahrīr Square to join the demonstrators. They affirmed that they did not receive any instructions from the church to do this. Protesters arrived before Friday prayers and protected Muslim...
The Egyptian authorities must immediately launch an independent and impartial investigation into the conduct of security forces at demonstrations, Amnesty International said amid continuing protests in central Cairo.    
Copts opened a side of the Kornish Street which leads to Tahrir square; this side has been closed since the beginning of the protest.
For years I have been extremely cautious with reports published by Jihād Watch and AINA (a source often quoted by Jihād Watch). Their language tends to be inflammatory and stories that I was able to check in the past – see the many reports about this subject in AWR – proved to be exaggerated....
 The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) highlighted today an article in Al-Jumhūrīyah of May 13, 2011 in which journalist Safā' Sālih wrote “that the Jews had orchestrated the clashes between the Muslims and the Copts [in Imbābah on May 7] in order to keep Egypt's youth from marching...
 Thousands of Copts descended on the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in ‘Abbāssīyah, Cairo on Friday, May 6, in response to a Salafi Muslim demonstration at the same location a week earlier

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