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Kūrnīsh al-Nīl area, beside the building of the Egyptian television, is Nevine Naguib's way to work every day. One day, during Copts protest on the demolishing of the church of Two Martyrs, Saint Mina and Saint George in 'Ātfīh, she had a personal experience on the ideologies of some Muslims...
AWR's managing director Hānī Labīb visited Tahrīr square and closeby Maspero (Egyptian Television building) on March 11, 2011 where a large (uncounted) number of protestors and demonstrators from many governorates were: Muslims and Christians, young and old, and men and women came to unify their...
  Jayson Casper previews the "Day of Wrath," a protest by Egyptian opposition parties that corresponds with Egypt's Police Day holiday...      
 'Ādīl al-Durjulī interviewed Georgette Qalīnī, a former member of parliament by appointment. Qalīnī related the reason for not being appointed in this parliament for what is well-know that appointing in the parliament can only be twice, and she was appointed twice already. She excluded the reason...
The article at hand revolves around the death sentence against Hammām al-Kamūnī, who killed six Coptic worshippers coming out of a church last Christmas, on January 6, 2010. While the article criticizes the court’s slow examination, it welcomes the harsh sentence, which sets an example of how...
On Sunday, an emergency tribunal sentenced Hammām al-Kamūnī to death for his part in last year’s slaying of seven people outside a church in the Upper Egyptian town of Naj‘ Hammādī. * Egyptian newspaper coverage of the court ruling continued on Tuesday, but on a more limited scale than in previous...
An Egyptian emergency tribunal has sentenced Hammām al-Kamūnī to death for his part in the Christmas killing of six Christian worshippers and a Muslim police officer outside a church in Naj‘ Hammādī in January of 2010. Al-Kamūnī ‘s sentence will now be sent to the Grand Muftī for confirmation.
  This year's Coptic Christmas holiday comes exactly one year after a shooting outside a church in Naj‘ Hammādī and less than a week since a tragic church bombing left 23 dead in Alexandria. In light of these threats, AWR's Jayson Casper tells the story of how Coptic Christians celebrated the...
  Following the atrocity in Alexandria, many Christians have responded with angry demonstrations and violence. Though an understandable reaction, AWR's Jayson Casper proposes an idea for Christmas Eve that can unite Christians with the very security forces they are rallying against…  
President Husnī Mubārak called upon Egypt's Muslims and Christians to unite against terrorism, after a car bomb killed 21 people and injured 70 outside the Church of the Two Saints, Saint Mark and Pope Peter in Alexandria. Christians immediately protested in the streets after the blasts. Mubārak...

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