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On December 31, Egyptian President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī announced that a high counter-sectarian commission is to be formed and its work put immediately into effect. The presidential decree came after a police man shot dead a man and his son in Minya, which was the most recent incident after a...
Copts in Minya, whose churches suffered a frenzied campaign of arson, vandalism and looting on August 14 last year after the Rabi’ah and al- Nahdah sit ins were dispersed, are resorting to pray in their burnt churches.
So far, 25 people have died in the bloody conflict between the al-Dābūdīya and the Banī-Hilāl tribes. This marks the beginning of a new phase; as Egyptians are drawn away from the love of tolerance and peacefulness to more violence and anger.  
Nubians in Suez have requested the dismissal of the Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Aswan Governor and its Security Director and to investigate their responsibility in the tribal clashes that took place in Aswan and led to more than 25 deaths.
Fr. Istafanous Shihātah priest of the Samalūt Diocese has opened the Church of Saint Karas in Ma’sarah, Minya.
Yāssir Farahāt, a Copt who lives in Qawsy District, Faiyum, has appealed for the help of the Minister of Interior and the National Security Apparatus.
Copts in Qawsiyah District, Assuit, have made an appeal to the Minister of Interior to save them from thugs who threaten and terrorize them.
‘Iffat  al-‘Iryān, the husband of ‘Imān Marcos, known as the woman of Jabal al- Tayr that the leaders of the church sent his wife to an unknown place until things calm down in the village.
‘Imān Marcus Sarophim, who is known as the “lady of the Jabal al- Tayr village” whose absence from home and her alleged abduction has led to acts of violence, has returned to her house.
Al- Da’wah al- Salafiah in Faiyum has criticized what it called as an Iranian “Savafid project” in the region.

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