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The Nasr City Court of Misdemeanor is starting the first session in the trial of Ahmad Muhammad Mahmūd ‘Abd Allāh, better known as Abū Islām, the chairman of al-Omma (Nation) channel, his son Islām, the channel’s executive director, and Hānī Muhammad Yāsīn, a journalist in al-Tahrīr newspaper, on...
Pope Tawāḍrūs II of Alexandria and Anba Ibrāhīm Isḥāq, Coptic Catholic Patriarch of Alexandria, responded to Pope Francis I of Vatican’s call for an ecumenical prayer for the Middle East in the Italian city of Bari.
Coptic intellectuals and activists have set certain conditions to be met before they give their support to a presidential candidate, be it al-Sīsī or someone else. , Jamāl As’ad, writer and intellectual, said that the Copts need a president who can unite the Egyptians and who can solve Egypt’s...
Coptic writer Jamāl As’ad stated that the discussion about the positive discrimination for Copts in an appropriate manner, as the constitution stated, will open gates to a grand fitnah (strife) in society. He requested that the Church be removed away from politics. He also critiqued the pope’s...
Muftī of the Republic Dr. ‘Alī Jum’ah, speaking during a Friday prayer sermon, said the incidents of Dahshūr were not just a passing quarrel but were far more dangerous than this. “Trucks were brought to carry the furniture and electrical appliances inside Christians’ houses. That was an organized...
Christian advocacy groups called for protests outside the presidential palace to urge President Muhammad Mursī to put an end to the suffering of Christians in restive Dahshūr while other Christians gathered outside the Giza Security Department to protest the forced displacement of Christians in the...
Also, several feminist leaders slammed failure to have good representation of women in the Qandīl government although Qandīl and before him Mursī had pledged that women will be represented in a way satisfactory to all segments of the society. “Is it acceptable that a post-revolution government...
Christian advocacy groups called for protests outside the presidential palace to urge President Muhammad Mursī to put an end to the suffering of Christians in restive Dahshūr while other Christians gathered outside the Giza Security Department to protest the forced displacement of Christians in the...
Muftī of the Republic Dr. ‘Alī Jum’ah, speaking during a Friday prayer sermon, said the incidents of Dahshūr were not just a passing quarrel but were far more dangerous than this. “Trucks were brought to carry the furniture and electrical appliances inside Christians’ houses. That was an organized...
Also, several feminist leaders slammed failure to have good representation of women in the Qandīl government although Qandīl and before him Mursī had pledged that women will be represented in a way satisfactory to all segments of the society. “Is it acceptable that a post-revolution government...

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