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Editor: New managing director Hani Labib describes the background of almost two weeks of rioting in Egypt.  In February 2009, President Husni Mubarak approved Police Day, which comes on January 25 each year, as an official holiday for employees of the state and the Public Sector. Police Day marks...
Demonstrators at Tahrir Square were not satisfied with President Ḥusnī Mubārak’s dismissal of the government of Dr. Aḥmad Naẓīf , in fact the demonstrations intensified, and tension beset Egyptian society, particularly after many convicts escaped from prisons in various governorates, and much...
Headline: Unknown Head Belongs to Pakistani who Entered Alexandria Three Days before Church Attack, Reported to SecuritySource: al-Misrī al-YawmPage: 1Author: Nabīl Abū Shāl, Muhammad ‘Abd al-Khāliq Misāhil, Fātimah Zīdān, Dālyā ‘Uthmān, Hudá Rashwān, Yūsuf al-‘Ūmī, and Nāsir al-SharqāwīKeywords:...
Diana Māhir Ghālī reviews this weekend's opinion articles dealing with the Alexandria church attack...  
This article discusses a conference held in Qalyubiya to discuss citizenship rights. Much of the conference was centered on the issue of Coptic rights in Egypt. Many prominent figures were also in attendance, and the author focuses on the comments made by the host, the Governor of Qalyubiya, Adly...
The author asks several questions of the administration regarding why the Shūrá Council fire happened and failed to be extinguished for so long. It also raises questions about the lack of fire safety in every building in Cairo and the in competency of the government in dealing with this issue.
Cornelis Hulsman explains the events leading up to the September 9 celebration to mark the end of the Abū Fānā tensions. Hulsman was invited to attend by ‘Alā’ Hassānayn but eventually had to refuse the invitation because the reconciliation did not involve all the necessary parties.
The author discusses the need to preserve the Egyptian heritage, and how everybody should immerse themselves in this process, providing examples of how historical areas have been allowed to fall into disrepair.
With a review of the relevant laws, the author questions why the bill for the law for building places of worship has been held up in parliament so long, even though there is no procedural impediment to the bill.
The author congratulates readers on the occasion of Easter.

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