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Thousands of citizens participated in a march that encompassed representatives from 40 political parties and movements and revolutionary groups from Shubrā to Maspero Tuesday (October 9) on the first anniversary of the “Maspero massacre” that left 27 protesters dead and hundreds others injured...
Members of the Constituent Assembly Khālid Yūssuf  and Muhammad Abu al- Ghār have stated their dissatisfaction with the judicial support to the court sentence ruling to jail novelist Karam Sābir, member of the Writers' Union, for 5 years due to being convicted of contempt of religion.
 “I do not know why Muslims in Egypt are allowed to build mosques at any place and at any time, while Egyptian Christians are not,” Dr. Abu al-Ghār wonders, describing the building of churches in Egypt ‘a persisting malaise due to
Dr. Khālid Muntaṣir, Egyptian physician and columnist, dedicates his article this week to Dr. Muḥammad Abū al-Ghār, who has been honored by the British Royal Society for his work in the field of gynecology and woman health: Every day he taught us a new lesson. he is a professor in every sense of...
Egyptian intellectuals and thinkers criticized the anti-hate draft law submitted by Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyeb, Shaykh of Al-Azhar, to the Presidency, after it has been endorsed by the scholars of Egypt's oldest religious institution.
On December 10, an SGP delegation met with Coptic Orthodox Bishop Musa about the draft Constitution and the place of Christians in Egypt. Michael Burslem did the language editing of this text and placed some comments. This text was sent to the SGP delegation for approval. Bishop Mūsā, however,...
Al-Wafd interviews Muhammad Abū al-Ghār, Head of March 9th Movement, concerning the reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Hilāl reviews a book by Dr. Muhammad Abū al-Ghār about the history of Jews in Egypt. The book provides statistics and explanations of Jews’ life in Egypt and their social, economic and political activities.
A workshop organized by the Forum of National Contribution discussed the role of Copts in the political life of the country. As well as other issues, participants debated the possibility of having a quota for Copts in parliament and the establishment of a committee to monitor discrimination.
The author reviews the speeches given during a workshop entitled, ’Copts and the Parliament’ held by the Coptic Orthodox Church’s Bishopric of Youth.


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