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The program’s presenter Rīm Māgid commented that the station’s administration had informed her that the program was being stopped on the request of “ruling officials.” However, ONtv has released a statement explaining that the program has not been banned but delayed. The Arabic Network for Human...
Many Egyptian revolutionary youth have beckoned others to gather and demonstrate for the anniversary of the January 25th Revolution in a special way. In addition to the use of social media, which many ordinary Egyptians and women are not familiar with, Egyptian youth have decided to resort to the...
My fifteen years living in Egypt has given me a lot of connections, including Egyptian diplomats, who are now providing me with stories about current developments in Egypt. It is very common among diplomats that they are ready to give visitors an off the record insight in what is happening in their...
This is a series of various recent articles with Copts making the headlines.
Rev. Safwat al-Bayyādī is head of the Community Council of the Coptic Evangelical Church. He expresses his views about sectarianism in Egypt and related issues.
Mahmūd Sa‘d comments on the Azhar's grand Shaykh’s visit to Naja‘ Hammādī, pointing out that such formal visits do not resolve sectarian issues.
This article deals with the augmenting shaykhs’ hate discourse inside the mosques.
Robeir al-Faris commends increased attention to Coptic matters in the print media, and hopes visual media will follow. He also denounces media misreporting of the Zaytūn church bombing. Faris praises what he describes as the only writer who spoke out against those claiming that President Obama’s...
The author criticizes the prominent Muslim dā‘iyah Shaykh Khālid al-Jindī for his statement against Islamic thinker Jamāl al-Bannā in which al-Jindī said that he would have killed al-Bannā had he graduated from the Azhar.
On a program screened on Egyptian TV, Shaykh Khālid al-Jindī has threatened to slaughter the author for opposing his controversial fatwás.

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