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Embraced by Al-Muqattam Mountain and in the middle of ’Ezbet Al-Zabaleen, or the Garbage Collectors settlement and in spite of poverty and lack of services, they (Egyptians) have cut into the stone of the mountain and created with their hands a human-made miracle at the Monastery of Sam’aan Al-...
"I read yesterday a commentary by ...the editor-in-chief of Akhbar El-Saa’a on an article published in the French Le Figaro newspaper about oppression of Copts in Egypt. [T]his is a stupid and cheap showpiece. Despite the stupidity and emptiness of this allegation, the question frequently arises:...
Hassan "Karatiya" Sultan is still in Imbaba - but this time he is no longer wearing his galabeyya, opting instead for more western-style jeans and a clean shave. It has been a while since the television cameras came down to this neck of Imbaba, Cairo, to hear Sultan tell the story of his turnaround...
Speaking about accepting one another.
The author is highly critical of this Coptic human rights activist.
Yesterday, at dawn, the Muslims were performing the festival prayer, and in the evening, the Christians were celebrating" The Day of Epiphany. Accordingly, the way of the Egyptian’s living has changed. The iftar (breakfasting) tables became tables for love, sharing and brotherhood between the...
A study made by the Society for the Development of Democracy has assured that 55% of the Egyptian population does not believe that there is a true democracy. They believe it is a décor made by the state to improve its picture in front of domestic and international public opinion.
Since the setback of June 1967, the Al-Ahram paper has lost its credibility in covering Egypt’s internal affairs. 760 repentant Muslim extremists were released but stories of torture committed by police to extract confessions are frequently coming back.
Al-Osboa again devoted several pages to human rights organizations in general in Egypt. Since it is not immediately related to the issue of el-Koshh, Muslim-Christian relations or other issues relevant for the RNSAW only some of the headlines in this supplement are given:
It is not a coincidence that every now and then the issue of the funding of human rights organizations pops up, and I believe that the issue will continue to be raised as long as the activists are not abiding in this field by the new morality.

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