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The Middle East Churches and the Egyptian Churches Council organize a conference in Cairo, Egypt from February 13-20, 2016 to affirm their unity under the slogan “We are called to roll together the stone away!”1 1referring to the hope for a better life (Gospel of Mark the Evangelist, Chapter 16,...
The Salafī daʿwa and independent preachers continued their control over Awqaf mosques, as they stepped up their publicity and posters propagating their sermons and Friday prayer orations in an attempt to expand in mosques; under the dominion of the Ministry of Endowmnents (Awqaf), without obtaining...
Giza Endowments Directorate (Awqaf), launched a campaign to remove the signs of the associations and institutions from the facades and inside of its mosques while only allow a sign with the name of the mosque with the removal of all advertisements. 
Dr. ‘Abbās Shūmān, Undersecretary of Al-Azhar, gave a lecture at the Police Hospital in ʿAjūzah. In his lecture, Dr. ‘Abbās Shūmān calls on the audience of police officers and civilians to uphold human and moral values, which contribute to the prevalence of safety, security and tranquility among...
Center for Gender Social Studies organized a conference at Safir Hotel, Gīza, to launch a projects map on social gender-based violence. The initial map's objective is to compile studies and researches on violence performed by 25 anti-violence organizations countrywide.
Today, Monday, 10 Human Rights organizations petitioned the Government to suspend the death penalty, even if temporarily, on the occasion of the ‘World Day Against the Death Penalty’. The organizations’ petition comes at a time when the country has seen an unprecedented rise in human rights...
Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination (EARD) organized on Sunday a press conference in its headquarters in Doqqi to talk about the vigil it had organized in front of the Supreme Court of Justice demanding to enact legislation in relation to church construction and to condemn acts of violence...
On Wednesday, Egypt witnessed important events of which the most noticeable are:
The recent case of police torture causing the death of a young man detained in Al-Tālibiya police station has stirred an uproar in Egypt, especially after the Ministry of Interior's statement, that the cause of death was due to an "acute [blood] circulatory insufficiency. The family of the diseased...
Egyptian president `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi declared on Sunday three days mourning after a bomb blast inside the Saints Peter and Paul Church adjacent to the headquarters of the Coptic Orthodox pope, Pope Tawadros II, killed at least 25 people and injured 49. The State Security apparatus is running...

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