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The Coptic dossier has been the center of Egyptian media attention for the past few decades.
A listing of articles in the Egyptian press concerning the festival of Easter.
News of three bombs in Dahab, Sinai on the evening of April 24, 2006, killing 23 people including 20 Egyptians, and injuring 62 others including 42 Egyptians.
The president, in the celebrations held annually by the awqāf ministry to celebrate the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, called on Muslims all over the world to catch up with modern developments and science.
Majdī Khalīl describes Assiut as a brave city which has managed to triumph over the forces of evil.
The article is a critique of the Grand Muftī ‘Alī Jum‘ā, who has dedicated a permanent section on Dar al-Ifta’a’s website to attacking journalists who criticize what the author calls the muftī’s weird fatwas.
In relation to the cartoons, deemed offensive by many Muslims, the Danish foreign minister phoned his Egyptian counterpart, Ahmad Abu al-Ghayt, and discussed the Danish premier’s statements, in which he denounced any act that could offend any religion or its followers.
The U.S. government has a secret program to monitor the mosques, workplaces and houses of Muslims in at least six cities in the U.S. in a search for nuclear weapons reports US News and World Report.
The author is surprised at the silence of the Azhar after Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten printed 12 cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad that many Muslims considered offensive.
Efforts to obtain NGO status. Media attention for AWR work. Israeli organizations publishing about radical Arab and Islamic websites.


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