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Political powers agreed on the need to accept the results of the recent referendum over constitutional amendments, which resulted in 77.2% in favor of these changes, and called for preparing for the parliament elections.
The Egyptian religious establishment adhered to its position of favoring stability and opposing the spread of chaos and sabotage. It has also supported the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and the five communiqués it has issued since it took over following the stepping down of President Ḥusnī...
Diyā’ Rashwān, a researcher at al-Ahrām Center for Political and Strategic Studies, gives special attention in al-Shurūq to the stylistic features of the terrorist attack outside the Two Saints Church, Saint Mark and Pope Peter in Alexandria. According to Rashwān, the bombing carries the...
AWR's Diana Maher Ghali recaps the opinion pieces from Egyptian newspapers dealing with the New Year's terrorist attack on an Alexandria church...  
AWR's Hānī Hamdī provides a recap of Sunday's Egyptian newspaper reports dealing with the New Year's Day attack on a Coptic Orthodox church in Alexandria....  
There has been a mixed reaction among Copts to President Husnī Mubārak’s latest speech, but most said it was "disappointing" to Copts. Michael Meunier, Head of the U.S. Copts Association, said the speech ignored the Copts repeated demands, the most prominent of which is a unified law on houses of...
Although the state has appointed seven Coptic individuals to the People's Assembly, Coptic websites have rushed to denounce the choices made, particularly where Jamāl As‘ad is concerned. However, some justify the choices. Secular Coptic thinker Kamāl Zākhir sees that the prevailing characteristic...
Marina Ihab reviews Watani International colleague Nadir Shukry’s book about reconciliation sessions. In his book, Shukry documents 19 sectarian cases which have undergone traditional reconciliation sessions that resulted in the culprits being freed while the victims never receive justice.
An article on the new leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood and the latest crackdowns following the election of the new general guide Mohamed Badie.
Al-Wafd interviews Dr. Nabīl ‘Abd al-Fattāh, head of al-Ahrām History Center, concerning the reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt.

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