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n Tuesday, the trial of 119 Muslim Brothers was re-started. The men are accused of provoking riots throughout the governorate and burning the Mary Girgis Church after their sit-ins at Midān Rābi’ah and Midān Nahdah had been dispersed. Furthermore, the prosecution of Sūhāj has accused them of...
  Fādīah ‘Abd al-Saīd migrated from Rafah to Asyut because she suffered under the harassment by terrorists despite the fact that Copts and Muslims were of one family in al-‘Arīsh and both wished to delete the box “Religion” in the national ID cards (
Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments, assured that protecting tourists is a religious duty. 
Minya’s Christian majority population was exposed to an assault by policemen after a young Coptic man defended a girl from sexual harassment by a young Muslim. However, the young man did conduct an investigation into those policemen 
An argument between a Muslim driver and a Coptic shop owner in Asyut escalated to a fight with fire arms which led to the injury of 9 people at both sides
Rev. Tharwat Qādis, head of the elections committee in the Evangelical Synod of the Nile, announced the results of the elections of the Evangelical Community Council. 
The  Appropriations Subcommittee in the US Congress has rejected to send financial assistance to Egypt, in protest against the judicial ruling that has sentenced hundreds to death in Minya.
The security forces in Beni Suef have quelled a sectarian strife by holding a reconciliation session between the Copts and Muslims of Kafr al- Beheira in Beni Suef. 
The phenomena of attacks launched against Copts and their belongings and lives have reemerged. This is happening especially after a number of fatwás have been issued against them and in some hot areas such as Minya, Qena, Sohag and Aswan. These places have witnessed attacks against Copts in the...
The churches of Egypt have celebrated yesterday the Day of Resurrection (Easter). Governors of al-Minya and Fayyum visited churches in their respective governorates.

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