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A quarrel over a 500-acre plot of land among former President of the Stock Exchange Shuhdī ‘Āzir, and the head of al-Hamām City Council ‘Abd al-Allāh Sālim and the governor of Matrūḥ ignited signs of sectarian strife between Muslims and Christians.
Some Copts from the village of al-Hamām in Assiut accuse a Muslim family, al- Suwayfī, of stealing their plot of land. At the same time, they criticize officials from the village’s police station of delaying procedures to obtain their land back.
Subtitles: * Sadat ruled him out of the vote for a new Pope and then later gave him three hundred fidans in the desert. * He was the first monk to have a university qualification and Pope Shenouda was one of his followers in the monastery. * He said to me that Sadat’s eyes were red when he got...
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