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Preacher Dr. Safwat Hijāzī said in an interview with al-Usbū' that the state will be governed by a constitution, not by means of fatwás from the clerics of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) or the Salafī al-Nūr (Light) Party.   All that is said about the Azhar having brought...
Bishop Būla confirmed that the passage of the 2014 constitution and its recognition of a national role for the Coptic Church marks a new era for Copts in Egypt. He added that the new constitution guarantees national rights for the Copts including rights to religious practice and the right to...
Bishop Būla: the January Revolution was a tsunami that invaded the country Bishop Būla confirmed that the passage of the 2014 constitution and its recognition of a national role for the Coptic Church marks a new era for Copts in Egypt. He added that the new constitution guarantees national rights...
On March 2011, Maurice Sādiq, a lawyer and one of the expatriate Copts, announced a Coptic State and opening the first Coptic State Embassy in Juba.  Although Juba did not officially declared these information, Maurice states that a number of secretary-generals opened several consulate offices in...
Grand Shaykh of the Azhar Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyīb called on the members of the Egyptian parliament, the first after the January 25, 2011 revolution that unseated President Husnī Mubārak, to keep in mind the impoverished, downtrodden and marginalized citizens and the people who reside in graveyards and...
Islam criminalizes attacks on churches and non-Muslim houses of worship as Islamists, namely the Muslim Brotherhood and a number of Salafī parties, volunteered to protect churches during the New Year celebrations. [Dīyā' Abū al-Safā, Akhbār al-Yawm, p. 7, Jan. 1] Read original text in Arabic
The proposed draft law to regulate the construction of houses of worship would strip governors of the power to license building, al-Usbū' learnt from reliable sources.
The United States of America is now seeking to find alternative means to interfere in the Middle East and the Arab world. Hence why the U.S. appointed an envoy to protect minorities' rights in the Middle East, especially Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and put Copts in Egypt at the top of those...
Journalist Sanā' Sa'īd interviewed Dr. Ahmad al-Tayīb, Azhar's Grand Shaykh, who, commenting on the protests, said that civil disobedience sometimes can wreak havoc to the nation as a whole. Sa'īd asked him how to activate the Azhar's document and stress the right Islam, al-Tayīb said that this...
Islamist groups, including the salafists, refused the sixth apology offered by Coptic businessman Najīb Sawiris for publishing a cartoon depicting Mickey Mouse sporting a beard and Minnie Mouse wearing a niqāb (all-face veil) on his social networking Twitter page. The cartoon had stirred the anger...

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