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The death of Muḥammad  Mursī, Egypt’s first elected president since the 2011 revolution, on June 17 sparked a wave of controversy and conflicting truths between human rights organizations and Egyptian media. Mursī died in court in Cairo where he was on trial facing charges of espionage.
About 37 Muslim Brotherhood members were sentenced to death, while 491 others have had jail sentences of 25 years of jail. 683 members were sentenced to death pending the opinion of the grand muftī, including the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood Muhammad Badī’. 
The Diocese of Maghāghah and al- ‘Adawah in Minya requested the security forces to intensify their presence in front of the churches. 
Prosecutor General Hishām Barakāt decided to start the procedures to appeal the Minya Criminal Court ruling issued yesterday in the violence in al- ‘AdawahCity, Minya. 
The Minya Criminal Court, headed by Counselor Yūsuf Sabrah, sentenced 183 Muslim Brotherhood members to death, including Supreme Guide Badi’. It has sentenced four Brotherhood members to life sentences and acquitted 496 others in al- ‘Adawah acts of violence.
The Minya Criminal Court, headed by Counselor Yūsuf Sabrah, sentenced 183 Muslim Brotherhood members to death, including Supreme Guide Badi’. 
A high-level church source revealed the details of a stormy session that took place in the Holy Synod, over 5 hours, headed by of Pope Tawadros. 
A Copt’s conversion to Islam in al-‘Adawah town, the Upper Egyptian governorate of al-Minya, sparked unrest between Muslim and Christians on Sunday (May 13). Dozens of members of Islamist groups gathered outside the ‘Adawah police station to protect 32-year-old man Ayman Yūsuf Sa’d from his...
In a rare humanitarian gesture, an Egyptian Christian refused to take the State compensation for his father who was killed when terrorists killed him and 28 others and injuring further 20 in the bus heading in late May to the monastery of Anba Samū`īl near the town of al-'Adwa, north of Minya.
Major General Tāreq Nasr, Governor of Minya, opened Thursday the Church of the Two Martyrs (Mar Guirguis and Abu Saifein in the village of Belhāsa, located in the Maghāgha district in north of the Minya Governorate, which was destroyed by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood following the...

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