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The Egyptian Minister of Interior, Habīb al-‘Adlī toldDr. Ahmad Kamāl Abu al-Majd, the Deputy Head of the National Council for Human Rights that all detainees who were proven to represent no threat to society will be released.
Emigrant Copts claim that Christians in Assiut are persecuted. They accuse the governor of Assiut of discriminating against Christians. They base their accusation on a story about the governor´s intention to eliminate the pillars that were built above a church in a village that is about five...
Al-Musawwar has managed to interview detained and imprisoned leaders of Al-Gama´at Al-Islamiya. The interviews tackled the issue of Al- Gama´at´s initiative of renouncing violence. The article summarizes readers´ letters to the editor concerning the interviews.
The author refers to news about the release of thee British prisoners who were sentenced to five years imprisonment each in the case of Hizb al-Tahrīr.
Lawyer ‘Abd al-Hamīd al-‘Anānī has filed a lawsuit at the Supreme Constitutional Court contesting the constitutionality of articles 3 and 3B of law no. 13 of the year 1968 and articles 1, 2, 3 and 4 of law no. 3 of the year 1996, stating that they run contrary to the Islamic sharī‘a and are thus...
The author argues that Copts’ blood and honor are targeted by the state, as represented by the security authorities and extremists.
Egyptian Interior Minister, Habīb al-‘Ādlī speaks out on a number of controversial issues, including the surprise win of Hamās in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, claims about the deaths of 19 detainees in Egyptian prisons and the increasing role of the Muslim Brotherhood on the political...
The mysterious disappearance of a Jihād Group leader, ‘Abboud al-Zumur, from the Limān Tora Prison has led many inmates to threaten hunger strike. The wife of al-Zumur, Umm al-Haytham, has called upon the public prosecutor, the interior minister, and Egyptian human rights organizations about an...
The author presents some views of security personalities and other experts regarding Islamic groups’ manipulation of democracy.
After negotiations failed to end a three month long sit in being staged by Sudanese refugees in a public square in central Cairo, security forces took measures to end the protest, resulting in a stampede, which killed 25 Sudanese. 76 Egyptian policemen were also injured after demonstrators hurled...

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