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*/ Across the country, conferences for the salafist al-Nūr Party have been held in al-Menoufiya, New Valley and Alexandria, with the aims of raising the profile of the party and emphasizing its belief in sharī‘ah as the primary source of legislation in Egypt.
Final results of the elections held on April 8 are pending announcement. The article discusses voter turnout, and the reactions of voters after the elections.
Middle East Christians Association issued statistics on the number of churches and mosques in Egypt.
A Coptic husband spreads rumors about his wife and accuses her of adultery. He obliged his son to give false testimony against his mother, saying that she was married to a Muslim officer. The husband could thereby obtain a document from the church according to which he could marry again.
International Religious Freedom Report 2006, released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.
Governor of al-Wādī al-Jadīd, Major General Abu Bakr has recently approved a proposal to build two churches in the governorate.
A priest has called on a governor to initiate renovations of his town’s grand mosque.
A state of calm prevails once again in the prison cells of the al-Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya detainees after leader of the Jamā‘a, Karam Zuhdī, rescinded his statement in which he declared his full support for President Mubārak.
Some 240 homes in Egypt meet their waterloo on a daily basis as women get their divorce rulings in courts every six minutes while five million women are not aware they are divorced, according to the figures of the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS).
Arms trading is the only suspect that no one paid attention to in the recent incident at Al-Kosheh, although it was behind every incident to threaten the security and safety of citizens and the country, and although the bats of darkness [the terrorists] used them [the firearms] to kill around 1500...


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