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The Editor-in-Chief of Al-Nabaa stressed that he did not [mean to] hurt the feelings of Copts [by publishing pornographic photos of an expelled monk] and that he did not mean to cause any division between the children of the one nation. He also stressed that Al-Nabaa was not a sexual paper.
The Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court postponed the examination of the appeal lodged by the editor-in-chief of Al-Nabaa, in which he asked for cancellation of the judgment given by the Administrative Court that withdrew Al-Nabaa’s license and stopped it from being issued.
The defense of the editor in chief of Al-Nabaa said that the sentence his client was given did not include the words "with labor"-which means that he can serve the sentence either in the prison or outside it.
The Summary Justice Court started examining a lawsuit filed by a number of Coptic lawyers against the Minister of Interior to oblige him to register the uniform of Coptic Orthodox clergy. It is believed that the lawsuit was filed as a result of Al-Nabaa’s article about a former monk who continued...
Mamdouh Mahran died Saturday of a heart attack [Mahran was the chairman of the board and editor-in-chief of al-Naba´a, that published the highly controversial story about the sexual life of a former monk].
The Dokki Misdemeanor Court postponed hearing the action a lawyer brought against the Editor-in-Chief of Al-Naba’a paper, over the publication of indecent photos, to November 19.
The Supreme Administrative Court issued a judgment annulling an earlier Administrative Court ruling, which banned Al-Naba´a newspaper from offending society and the Church by publishing an article about a so-called monk in June 2001. The article gives two messages, the first reflecting the...
The High Administrative Court gave its ruling that Al- Naba´a paper should be allowed to publish. Pope Shenouda raised a court case to stop publication and another accusing the paper´s editor-in-chief of using abusive language. Before the court issued its ruling, he said that he did not...
The priest of the Mar Girgis church in Saft Al-Laban filed a felony report against Mamdouh Mahran, editor-in-chief of Al-Nabaa paper, accusing Mahran of defaming him in the paper. The court sentenced Mahran for one year in jail and a bill of 5,000 LE.
The Cairo Appeal Court set November 24 as a date for the expelled monk Barsoum Al-Moharaqi to be tried before the Supreme State Security Court. The Supreme State Security Prosecution has charged him with disdaining Christianity, assuming the identity of a clergyman, violating the laws of national...

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