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Today (August 23) is the first court trial of Islām ‘Afīfī at the Giza Criminal Court headed by Counselor Muhammad Fahīm. ‘Afīf is accused of offending the President and publishing false news that disturbs the public interest 
Shaykh Mazhar Shāhīn, the preacher of ‘Umar Makram Mosque, known as the Orator of the Revolution, stressed the need to acquaint the West with the Prophet Muhammad and enact legislations criminalizing insults against any prophet.  
Abū Islām will face charges of disdaining religion, disrupting public order and tranquility and fomenting sectarian sentiments by tearing the Bible’s Old and New Testament during clashes outside the U.S. embassy in Cairo after protests against the a film denigrating the Prophet Muhammad.  
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel will not change the 1979 peace treaty with Egypt.  
The mother of Albir ‘Ayyād, a Christian young man charged with disdaining religion, accused the police of arresting and detaining her son at al-Marj police station without a prior arrest warrant from the prosecution and also accused police officers there of torturing him and inciting prisoners to...
Dr. Muhammad ‘Abd al-Salām, a representative of the Azhar on the constitution-drafting panel, said the Azhar demands keeping the text of Article II as mentioned in the 1971 intact, which is advocated by the representatives of the three churches.  
Monk Basilius al- Maqqāry, one of the most popular disciples of Fr. Matta al- Miskīn, stated that the alter lottery through which the Pope was selected does not exist in the laws of the Church. [Father Basilius earlier told Cornelis Hulsman of Arab-West Report that he had given an interview to al-...
Jirjis Fikrī, in an opinion piece in al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, said that Copts have been living in their ghetto for 30 years for many reasons. However, these reasons lead to one result which is that the church developed an administrative hierarchy similar to that of the state! For instance, the church...
Al-Shurūq al-Jadīd reports that several Coptic organizations, movements, and personalities have announced the foundation of the Coptic Advisory Council in order to unite Copts and face the difficulties of the political transition in Egypt, especially with regard to the recent wave of Islamist...
Egypt's Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) has convened a meeting with the EU Commission, that has announced earlier that it will not monitor the elections planned to take place on May 26 and 27 2014. 

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