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Attacks against Copts The ‘Amīriyah 2 Prosecution in Western Alexandria is currently investigating a complaint submitted by the priest of the Mary Mina Church, Yusab Kamāl, in the King Marriot Area. He stated in his complaint that unknown persons are threatening to kill him and are requesting him...
First Attorney General for the Western Alexandria Prosecutions, Counselor Muhammad ‘Abd al-Salām, ordered the arrest of Mahmūd Abū Zayd, an owner of a bookshop, on charges of abducting a minor girl of the name Sarah Ishaq ‘Abd al-Malik, 14, in al-Dab’ah area, Mersa Matrouh governorate, a month ago...
The book of history will be filled with crimes and violations of the Brotherhood before, during and after their rule of Egypt, and will devote a full chapter to the issue of the displacement of 8 Coptic families from their homes in the village of Sharbat in Nahda district in the area of Amiriya, on...
The parliamentary delegation as well as some MPs from Alexandria denied that what happened to the Copts in ‘Āmrīyah should be called "displacement". The delegation stressed the rule of law and justice and expressed respect for all endeavors by citizens to reach a conciliatory deal and end the...
Coptic leaders and church sources welcomed the decisions by the People’s Assembly human rights committee and the ‘urfī (informal) conciliatory panel to have Coptic families forced out of their homes in Sharbāt village, al-‘Āmrīyah, return to their homes.  
Shaykh Sharīf al-Hawwārī, a notable Salafist in the western Alexandria town of al-‘Āmrīyah, pledged to bring back the five Coptic families expelled over a purported love affair between a Christian man and a divorced Muslim woman to their homes. 
Shaykh Sharīf al-Hawwārī, a notable Salafist in the western Alexandria town of al-‘Āmrīyah, pledged to bring back the five Coptic families expelled over a purported love affair between a Christian man and a divorced Muslim woman to their homes. 
A group of Coptic movements, which groups Christian and Muslim activists, protested outside parliament to condemn the forced displacement of Christian families from al-'Āmrīyah and acts of violence in the village of Mīt Bashār in al-Sharqia governorate. "The Coptic Coalition Movement and other...
A Muslim family hosted the family of Coptic local resident Abū Sulaymān that was forced to leave their homes in the sectarian incidents in the north Egyptian Mediterranean city. "These families are our brethren. Not only we're hosting them in our homes but we are also hosting them in our hearts," a...
Youths from the Salafī al-Nūr (Light) Party and al-Da'wah al-Salafīyah (Salafī Call) group rejected the expulsion of Christians from al-'Āmrīyah, according to al-Nūr's official spokesman Nādir Bakkār. "The Salafīs have defended the Christians, protected them from local residents' wrath and...

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