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Repeated heated arguments are taking place recently about Muhammad al-Barādi‘ī’s anticipated nomination to the presidential elections that are scheduled for 2011. Alleged secret deals are taking place between the Coptic Orthodox Church and al-Barādi‘ī.
A young Muslim woman disappears, and her mother claims that she has been kidnapped.
The author highlights the interference of the state within the process of electing the patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
A recent video clip complicates the situation in Dayrūt and adds fuel to the fire of sectarian tension.
Al-Maydān talks about the report published by the American magazine, Forbes, and their rich list regarding the richest families in Egypt.
Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyib was appointed Grand Imām of the Azhar after the death of the late Shaykh Tantāwī. The author suggests that Dr. al-Tayyib’s absence from Muslim-Christian occasions, meetings and conferences raises questions and raises doubts among Copts.
Nabīl ‘Abd al-‘Azīz writes about the Azhar financial problems.
The author reflects on the “church card” and the consequences of this new idea.
In an interview with al-Maydān, Father Marqus ‘Azīz criticizes Islam as calling for violence. He also criticizes what he considered maltreatment against of Copts in Egypt.
Besides the intensive news reports on the incidents in Naj‘ Hammādī, the press also published many articles discussing the possible reasons behind sectarian tensions and the possible solutions. Three main domains have been mainly principally highlighted to end sectarianism in Egypt; passing a...


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