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Muslim Brotherhood Murshid (Guide) Dr. Muhammad Badī' and members of the Irshād (Guidance) Office on Tuesday (Feb. 28) responded positively to the messages sent by Dr. Safwat al-Bayyādī, the head of the Coptic Evangelical denomination, and Andrea Zakī, his deputy, in which they raised certain...
Meanwhile, the Qasr al-Nīl Court of Misdemeanors turned down two criminal and civil lawsuits against Coptic business magnate Najīb Sawirus accusing him of disdaining religion on the grounds that the persons who filed the lawsuits have no legal capacity. Minutes after the ruling was handed down by...
Meanwhile, the Qasr al-Nīl Court of Misdemeanors turned down two criminal and civil lawsuits against Coptic business magnate Najīb Sawirus accusing him of disdaining religion on the grounds that the persons who filed the lawsuits have no legal capacity. Minutes after the ruling was handed down by...
Dr. Nājih Ibrāhīm, a member of the al-Jamā'ah al-Islāmīyah (Islamic Group) Shūrá Council, said Islamists in Egypt suffer from some flaws about making more and more friends, adding Egyptians have to brush aside trivialities that take much of their time and show more interest in serious issues. "...
The Islamic Café, with two branches in Alexandria's Sīdī Bishr district and Port Said governorate, would separate between the two sexes and bans serving shīshāh. Young people on social networking web sites expressed disgruntlement over this café and one of them wondered about the legal solutions...
The Islamic Café, with two branches in Alexandria's Sīdī Bishr district and Port Said governorate, would separate between the two sexes and bans serving shīshāh. Young people on social networking web sites expressed disgruntlement over this café and one of them wondered about the legal solutions...
In an opinion piece in Watanī newspaper, Editor-in-Chief Yūsuf Sidhum wrote, "In a catastrophic scene which signaled the collapse of the Egyptian State and the absence of the rule of law, a 'happy ending' was on Thursday 16 February worked for the sectarian crisis which had erupted on 27 January in...
In an opinion piece in Watanī newspaper, Editor-in-Chief Yūsuf Sidhum wrote, "In a catastrophic scene which signaled the collapse of the Egyptian State and the absence of the rule of law, a 'happy ending' was on Thursday 16 February worked for the sectarian crisis which had erupted on 27 January in...
On the other hand, Bishop Bakhomius of al-Beheira, Matrouh, North of al-Tahrīr and the five western cities, said his archbishopric is now overseeing the preparation and restoration of houses of Coptic families approved to return to their homes in the village of Sharbāt after a session held by a...
Meanwhile, Dr. Muhammad Kāmil, Deputy Leader of al-Wafd Party and Member of Parliament, met with hundreds of Coptic youths at the Holy House hall in Shibīn al-Kūm, al-Menofia governorate, and called on Copts to positively interact with the events and developments in the nation and refrain from...

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