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Several representatives from different political movements condemned the clashes which broke out at the Presidential Palace on Wednesday between supporters and opponents of President Mursī. 
On the canal shore, in the city of Ismā`iliyya, to which he moved to escape the capital Cairo and its noise, al-Yawm al-Sabī` interviewed Dr. Khālid Muntaṣṣir, a physician, intellectual and media person. But most importantly, he is a man capable of stirring up controversy in the Egyptian street on...
ʿAmrū Khālid was born in a well-off family in 1967 in Alexandria, Egypt. From 1998 onwards Khālid became a full time dāʿiyah as he expanded his enterprise to satellite-television with his first tele-preacher show. Khālid aims at a revival of the Arab world pointing to the current obvious...
“Art is the language of the entire human personality.”-Naguib Mahfouz Driven by an interesting childhood in Senegal, he strives to build bridges using art. Paul-Gordon Chandler will leave Egypt this summer after leading St. John’s Church in Maadi for over ten years. Where he will go, he is not sure...
 'Amr Khālid, Islamic preacher, said that Islam rejects the religious state because it makes a person holy and talks on behalf of Allah, which is rejected both religiously and politically. In a European Union of Coptic Organizations for Human Rights conference, Khālid rejected using religion in...
After a long break away from official Egyptian TV, the celebrated Muslim TV Evangelist Amr Khaled is back with his own weekly show, hosting “Bukra Ahla” (Tomorrow is Better), a program whose first episodes have sought to raise hopes and encourage viewers to come up with ideas to rebuild post-...
Thousands of Egyptians protested in Tahrīr Square on March 11, 2011 calling for national unity following the demolition of a church in 'Ātfīh by Muslims extremists. Protestors accused the National Democratic Party (NDP) and the State Security Agency of causing the demolition of the church.  
*/ Egypt stood yesterday to face the dangers of fintah in “Jum'it al-wihdah al-watanīyah,” or, “the Friday of national unity,” when thousands of demonstrators in Cairo and other governorates are demanding unity and the rejection the fitnah of 'Ātfīh. In addition, they blame the remnants of the...
The article mentions an Internet campaign working to fight sectarian tensions and foster Muslim-Christian unity. The campaign was developed by prominent Islamic telepreacher ‘Amr Khālid after sectarian and inflammatory comments were posted on social networking websites. According to the report,...
  On Wednesday, Coptic reaction to the church bombing was once again a primary focus for Egyptian editorialists. This time, much of the coverage focused on statements by some expatriate Coptic organizations and leaders who have called for a Coptic Christian state to be established in Egypt....  

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