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Al-Wafd interviews Abū al-‘Illā Mādī, Secretary General of al-Wasat Party, asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Al-Wafd interviews Muntasir al-Zayāt, a Muslim Brotherhood lawyer, concerning reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
This article describes the Arbaeen Mass which commemorated the fortieth day after the death of the six Coptic victims in Nag Hammadi. Many religious and important political figures were present, but strangely most local political persons were absent. The event was invitation only, but a tent was...
Al-Wafd interviews Bahyy al-Dīn Hasan, human rights activist, asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Al-Wafd interviews Jamāl As‘ad, a Christian thinker, asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Pope Shenouda dedicates a poem to the memory of the victims of Naj‘ Hammādī, and hopes for a fair court ruling.
The latest Arab West Foundation newsletter, featuring topics such as the completion of the ZIVIK Peacemaking Project, the transfer of the online platform to Drupal, the formation of a management team and the completion of a narrative report for 2009.
Jayson Casper considers two contrasting and controversial views on Islam; those of Imām Faysal ‘Abd al-Ra’ūf and Shaykh Ahmad al-Sāyih. While Imām Faysa's controversy lies in his questioning of the cultural sources of Islam,  Shaykh Ahmad is more concerned with questioning the religious sources of...
Al-Wafd interviews Sāmih ‘Āshūr, former head of the Lawyers’ Syndicate and vice-president of the Arab Democratic Nasserist Party and the lawyer for the victims of Naj‘ Hammādī, who talks about sectarian fitnah.
This article from Watani is an interview with Ahmed Kamal Abul-Magd concerning his recent dismissal from the National Council for Human Rights, and his general views on the status of human rights work in Egypt. Among the issues discussed were the escalating sectarian strife, human rights conditions...

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