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Al-Jazeera's Chairman Wadah Khanfar declared that he would be stepping down from his position after 8 years. There is much controversy surrounding this, as a Wikileaks cable recently released shows his cooperation with some American intelligence services.
Al-Jazeera's Chairman Wadah Khanfar declared that he would be stepping down from his position after 8 years. There is much controversy surrounding this, as a Wikileaks cable recently released shows his cooperation with some American intelligence services.
The Muslim Brotherhood Group in Egypt greeted western Christians with Christmas (December 25, 2012) through their Twitter account on December 27. A number of activist on social-networking websites condemned the fatwá issued by the Islamic Legitimate Body of Rights and Reformation (ILBRR) that...
Pope Benedict XVI chose yesterday, December 12, 2012, to join Twitter. The 85 year old Pope tweeted in English and seven other languages, thanking and blessing his followers. The message was re-tweeted 18,000 times. 
In a post on his Twitter page yesterday, Pope Tawadros called for prayers for Egypt in the face of recent events. He said “We need wisdom in our lives, particularly in the face of the violence our country is witnessing these days… pray from your heart.” 
al-Barād'ī, head of the Constitutional Party and Coordinator of the National Salvation Front, stated in a post on his Twitter account that the bloody events at the Presidential Palace indicated the death of the Constitutional declaration and the Constitutional referendum and the government’s...
Albair Sābir ‘Ayyād, a 27-year-old Christian young man who is under investigative custody on charges he disdained religions, dismissed the accusations and said what he spoke about on his social media networking websites Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages already exist in comparative theology and...
After youth have launched a hash-tag on Twitter spreading rumors and using offensive language against one of the presidential candidates, religious scholars stated that spreading such rumors is rejected by Islamic law. 
Followers of the tweets of Muná Abū Sulaymān (Mona Abu Selimān), the Saudi-Arabian journalist, were surprised about her tweet in which she welcomed the celebration of the first Christian liturgical mass in the ultra-conservative monarchy. The tweet that raised controversies was then deleted by the...
A Twitter account believed to belong to ISIS warned Egyptians in Cairo and in North Sinai to remain far from security institutions, in order to stay safe. Yesterday, Twitter pages, believed to belong to ISIS, stated apologies for the death of civilians while attacking the army camps in Arīsh. 

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