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Yesterday, the Council of Ministers agreed upon some changes in laws concerning the reorganization of the al-Azhar and its bodies.
The Council of Ministers has agreed in its meeting yesterday headed by Eng. Ibrāhīm Mahlab to approve the Bayt al- Zakāh draft law  after it is revised by the Council of State Legislative Department.
The cabinet is considering drafts to grant an exceptional pension of LE1725 for each of the families of martyrs in the incidents of Maspero, Muhammad Mahmūd street and outside the cabinet office. The cabinet is also discussing a draft decree by the Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Armed...
Pope Tawadros and Ibrahīm Mahlab, the President of the Minister’s Council, will attend a celebration commemorating the holy family’s arrival in Egypt. The celebration will be widely attended by many bishops from different parishes and public figures such as intellectuals and artists.  (13 May, 2015...
I think we all agree that the Salafist groups have been the main supportive of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Freedom and Justice Party since February 12, 2011 till present. This was clearly evident during the referendum on constitutional amendments, in the elections of the People’s Assembly and...
The day before yesterday the Administrative Judiciary Court in Alexandria delivered a judgment on a citizen to affirm his return to Christianity in his identity card and other official documents after 31 years as a Muslim.
Thanks to the Congress ... pardon to the Egyptian People’s AssemblyAl-Dustūr newspaper published in its issue of August 27, 1997, an essay entitled "Crusaders have not put their swords down yet". The writer expressed his worry at an American economic boycott, or an American marine invasion of Egypt...
The administrative court have rejected a case put forward by Coptic lawyer Mamduh Nakhla which argued that the Coptic New Year should be made an official holiday.
The Supreme Administrative Court issued a judgment annulling an earlier Administrative Court ruling, which banned Al-Naba´a newspaper from offending society and the Church by publishing an article about a so-called monk in June 2001. The article gives two messages, the first reflecting the...

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