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Civil rights activist, Sa<sup>c</sup>d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, told Amr Adeeb that it would be legal for Gamal Mubarak to become president if article 76 in the Egyptian constitution were to be abolished. He also advised Mohamed Elbaradei to form a back-up plan in case his seven demands aren't...
Muhammad al-Barādi‘ī’s visit to Saint Mark's Cathedral for the Easter Mass created considerable controversy. While some people appreciated the greetings, others considered it a gesture that gives the church an undue political role.
Coptic activist Maurice Sādiq calls on the ruling party to devote 25 percent of parliamentary seats to Copts.
Al-Wafd interviews Muhammad Abū al-Ghār, Head of March 9th Movement, concerning the reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
The article discusses the relationship between Jamāl Mubārak and the Coptic Orthodox Church.  
Bishop Bīshūy comments on current church affairs and announces that Bishop Yu’annis is still the pope’s private secretary
The article sheds light on the repercussions of Pope Shenouda’s pledge to support Jamāl Mubārak if he is nominated to rule Egypt.
Yesterday, March 10, 2010, the Grand Sheikh of al-Azhar died of a heart attack while visiting Saudi Arabia. Sheikh Muhammad Tantawi led the inimitable institution, considered by many if not most Sunni Muslims to be the leading Islamic university in the world, since his appointment by President...
This article outlines 3 reasons why it is difficult to include Coptic Christians fully into the Egyptian political system. The first is the fact that there is little political participation by Copts within the government. There are seats reserved for women within the parliament, but this same...
Al-Shurūq Al-Jadīd interviews Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī and asks him about the issues of the Muslim Brotherhood, Gaza and the Egyptian ruling system.


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