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There are many examples to prove that Copts have minimal or absent share in the posts of governors, ministers, heads of state banks, state university presidents, as well as leading posts in the military and the police. All in all, it can be said that Copts occupy no more than zero to one per cent...
My meeting with Frances Fragos Townsend, the Assistant to the US President and Homeland Security Advisor, was to discuss bilateral cooperation between Egypt and the US in several fields and means and mechanisms to stand up against the phenomenon of terrorism, said Minister of Interior Habīb al-‘...
Interior Minister, Habīb al-‘Ādlī categorically denied security interference with accepting or refusing the promulgation of civil society organizations.
The article is an interview with the wife of Aboud Al-Zomor, Wehda, about Sheikh Aboud and Tareq Al-Zomor’s suspended release and their attitudes towards the cease-violence initiative.
We regret we have to inform you that the Council of State has again postponed a decision about our request for NGO status. The next hearing has been scheduled for October 9, 2005.
Intellectuals opposed the idea of forming a political party based on religion. We reject the Muslim Brotherhood initiative [for political reform] because it was issued by an illegal group. The Muslim Brotherhood has remained in political life by force, and violence constitutes a great part of...
Egypt’s Interior Minister Habīb al-‘Ādlī made the first official announcement that Iran handed over the fugitive Mustafa Hamza to Egypt, on the sidelines of the Arab interior ministers meeting recently held in Tunisia.
The article raises the question of how a new generation of terrorists can be prevented. The first step is to keep an eye open on what is going on inside the universities. During the 1970s universities were like the nursery where terrorists were brought up. The second step is to extend the...
A number of Coptic lawyers filed a lawsuit against the Minister of Interior to oblige him to register the uniforms of the Coptic Orthodox clergy and to have the wearing of it by anyone but a priest or a monk considered a crime.
Seven Coptic lawyers field a lawsuit against the Minister of Interior to oblige him to register the uniform of Coptic Orthodox clergymen and to consider wearing it by anyone but a priest or a monk a crime.

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