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Ashley Makar writes about the concept of martyrdom in Egypt, the Alexandria incidents, where a Muslim man ran amuck with a knife, stabbing worshippers and killing one man and the image Egyptians have of ‘the other.’
An argument that Copts try to gain more ground through internationalizing their issues.
A copy of the Group for Democratic Development and Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence Studies’ report on the Alexandria sectarian riots in October 2005.
The Alexandria Misdemeanors’ Court has finally closed the case of the Alexandria Muharram Bik incidents, brought by some lawyers against Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt and priests of the Mar Girgis Church, Father Antonius Fahmī and Father...
Mukhtār Sidum explains the main reasons behind the recent Muharram Bik incidents.
The author argues for the criminalization of all religious slogans and suggests that the way forward for Egypt is to promote peaceful reform, justice and equality.
Owner of a number of Islamic educational centers and websites, Ahmad Mahmoud ‘Abd Allāh, better known as Abu Islām, has been arrested on charges of religious hatred and inciting sectarian sedition and is thought to be linked to the riots in Alexandria in October.
The author argues that several incidents in Egypt, such as the Alexandria incidents, sparked by the CD of an allegedly anti-Islamic play performed in a church and the Wafā’ Qustantin issue, in which the wife of a priest converted to Islam, snowballed into major incidents led by fanatics.
An update on the court proceedings concerning the controversy over a play put on by a Coptic church, which allegedly insults Islam and the Prophet Muhammad.
An investigation, carried out with help of AWR editor-in-chief Cornelis Hulsman, into the events surrounding the riots in Alexandria on Friday, October 21, 2005.


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