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The author accuses the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies of holding sectarian conferences to ignite strife in the southern city of Luxor.
The article presents an interview with former al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah member Māhir Farghalī.
In this interview Sa‘īd ‘Abd al-Ḥāfiz, manager of "Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue" talks about his dispute with his partner Nijād al-Bur‘ī, manager of " Democratic Development Association", over the "Parliament for All" project.
Coptic clergymen and Muslim Shaykhs call for NGOs to be established that try to activate the principle of national unity in the country.
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The second annual conference organized by the USAID within the framework of media development, was a campaign to assassinate the national press and to promote the yellow press.
Items of the Unified Houses of Worship Bill, which was submitted by the President of the Council for Human Rights Ahmad Abu al-Majd to the President of the People’s Assembly, caused a lot of controversy at a meeting held by the National Council for Human Rights.
A listing of articles that published articles on the decree taken by the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church to excommunicate George Ḥabīb Bibāwī, the dean of the Theological Studies Institute in Indiana, over accusing Pope Shenouda of Kufr [apostasy].
Member of Parliament Muḥammad al- Biltājī revealed the real face of his outlawed group when during a symposium held by the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies he attacked the idea of improved participation of women and Copts in parliamentary councils, describing it as the “sectarian project.”
The Bahā’īs are willing to participate in the referendum on the constitutional amendments as Egyptian citizens.


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