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In his monthly round-up of the Egyptian press this month, Robert al-Faris mentions that Watanī was the only paper to mention a two-month course that Tanta university is running in Coptic studies. He also lamented a comment made by Abu Treika, one of the country’s favorite football players, about...
The author compares various media treatments of the Abu Fana incidents and other recent issues in Muslim-Christian relations. He asserts that the media treatment of the incidents was insufficient and influenced by the government.
The author says that Safwat al-Sharīf comments at the Shūrá council about the restraint of security apparatus in al-Mahallah al-Kubrá’s demonstrations were totally untrue.
National newspapers’ senior writers took advantage of the unfortunate incidents at al-Mahallah al-Kubrá to call on the regime to impose tougher restrictions on freedom of expression.
The article details the findings presented by the National Council for Human Rights on the condition of human rights in Egypt.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Mun‘im Sa‘īd says that the legitimacy of both the government and the opposition was badly affected in the recent local council elections and warns about punishing the Internet users who called for the recent strike, claiming that it would be an economic setback for the country.
In lieu of the recent incidents that have taken place in the past few weeks, Muntasir al-Zayyāt has postponed the submission of the foundation documents of the Union for Freedom Party.
A number of Coptic Orthodox clergymen complained to Pope Shenouda asking for former Bishop Mīt’as to be reinstated. They also revealed what they called Bishop Bīshūy’s fallacies and allegations.
Jābir ‘Asfūr, a prominent Egyptian intellectual and man of literature, reports on his childhood in the city of al-Mahallah in the Egyptian Delta where he used to attend a Coptic school.
The following presents the continuation of a lengthy interview with Bishop Bīshūy in which he expresses his opinions on different issues.


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