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The National Press Authority decided to report the editor-in-chief of the magazine Rose al-Youssif [Rūz al-Yūssif] to the authorities for disparaging the Coptic Orthodox Church on the cover of its most recent issue. The commission decided to issue an apology to the church, and the magazine will...
The magazine Rūz al-Yūsif, in its Saturday edition, caused controversy after including a portrait of Bishop Raphael [Rāfāʾīl], who is bishop of the churches in central Cairo, next to Muḥammad Badī’, a leader in the Muslim Brotherhood, on their front cover. The Church was outraged by its publication...
Ṭalʿat Fahmī, Media spokesman on behalf of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, denied the authenticity of what was published by some media about the death of the Acting Supreme Guide of the group, Maḥmūd ʿIzzat. In a statement to “al-ʿArabī 21”, the Muslim Brotherhood affirms that Dr. Maḥmūd ʿIzzat,...
A teacher in Salāmūn al-Qumāsh Secondary School in al-Mansūrah Township attacked and beat a student after the latter chanted against the Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide.  
The Muslim Brotherhood group said its Murshid (Guide) Muhammad Badīʿ  will visit Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawāḍrūs II on Tuesday (November 27) for the first time since the 118th patriarch’s investiture. 
Badī’, who was addressing more than 1200 young people members of the Brotherhood, highlighted the importance of achieving unity with all groups of the Egyptian people.
Rev.  Safwāt al-Bayādī, head of the Evangelical Community Council, stated that the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Badi’, who is currently residing in Tora prison, met him prior to the presidential elections.  The meeting came within the community partnership initiative between...
Press reports indicated that some texts written by a member of Jamā’ah al-Islāmīah contain an incitement to use violence, meanwhile, Jamā’ah al-Islāmīah has denied this and claimed that their approach is only missionary [in purpose]. 
About 37 Muslim Brotherhood members were sentenced to death, while 491 others have had jail sentences of 25 years of jail. 683 members were sentenced to death pending the opinion of the grand muftī, including the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood Muhammad Badī’. 
Muhammad Badī’, Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, addressed the court from the prisoner’s dock before the beginning of a session of his trial in Qalyūb. He stated that the Egyptian people had elected Muhammad Mursī, and also said that he was the first Supreme Guide of the Brotherhood to...

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