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MP Ghāda Wālī strongly denounced rumors about the restriction of erecting the cross on the roof of churches, describing these as “remarkably incompatible with rationale thinking.”
Following claims on divergences committed by professors lecturing in the Coptic Orthodox Seminary for Theological Studies in Alexandria, Pope Tawadros demanded the formation of 4 committees to review the syllabus.
Egypt's former minister of Family and Population, Dr. Mūshīra Khattāb, denounced the delay in promulgating the Church Construction Law, saying: “The country is challenged by a discrimination of rights which are endorsed in the Constitution.”
With the aim of enhancing awareness of the history and culture of Egypt, a seminar with the theme “The Churches Of Egypt”, was approved by Secretary General of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, Dr. Mustafa Amīn.
Dr. Tāreq Fahmī, professor of political science at Cairo University, said that the issue of the Coptic Census is one of the issues considered to be a national security matter, pointing to the absence of official statements from the Church about the number of Copts since the 1980s on the grounds of...
In Egypt, everything related to femininity is criticized, regardless whether or not she wears the Niqāb.  
Dalia Ziyāda, director of the Egyptian Center for Liberal Democracy Studies, said that the Nadīm Center works outside the law, in the sense that it is registered with the Ministry of Health as a psychiatric and neurological clinic, and then it becomes a center for human rights. They wanted to work...
An Egypt-led resolution on “the effects of terrorism on the enjoyment of human rights”, adopted by vote at the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) on 24 March.
Dr. Māya Morsī, president of the National Council for Women (NCW), commented on the report issued by the World Bank's working group on promoting women economic empowerment in business, and on the legal obstacles to achieving women economic empowerment. 
Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi confirmed that efforts are done to create a balance between security procedures and human rights and upholding human rights, adding, “We consider all issues concerning freedoms and the rights for housing, education, and suitable job opportunities.”
The Grand Mufti of Egypt, Dr. Shawqi `Allām, has concluded his official visit to the Vatican where he participated in a number of important activities aimed to correct the distorted image of Islam. The visit is regarded as a national mission that comes within the framework of utilizing Egypt's soft...
MP `Alā' `Abd al-Mon`im, official spokesperson of the Support Egypt Coalition said that the law on citizenship prepared includes the cancellation of the religion section from the national ID number. It has been submitted to the both the legislative and human rights committees of the Parliament.  
Ambassador Hātem Saif al-Nasr, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Vatican, met with Cardinal Kurt Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. The discussion revolved around ways to boost cooperation between Egyptian religious institutions, especially...
There has been more than one call to demonstrate in the Cathedral, and for various reasons, and the thorny issue of personal status remains one of the most prominent that leads protesters to gather to solve it. However, despite the large number of calls to demonstrate in the Cathedral, the last of...
George Is'hāq, member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) said that committees of the council have prepared a report including the lists of names of prisoners that meet the four criteria required for earlier release: “those who did not commit violence, the elderly, students, and the...
Journalist Fatima Na`ūt said that Article 58 of the Penal Code on contempt of religions is unconstitutional, asserting that the Hijāb spread in Egypt without real awareness of its religious significance.
President of the Freedom Egypt Party (FEP), Tamer Sehāb, said that his party, alongside the parties of the Democratic Movement, the Egyptian Democratic Party and a number of civil society organizations, will participate in a meeting assessing the state of public freedoms over the past five years.
A book entitled "The Muslim Brotherhood, The Roots Of Religious Extremism And Terrorism In Egypt" by the author Al-Sayed Yūsuf, is considered an objective study covering the history of the Muslim Brotherhood Organization in many respects.
The book "Early Christian Architecture", published by the Center of Coptic Studies at the Bibliotheca Alexandria (BA), won the Fayūm University Incentive Award of Scientific Writing in 2015.
Official Church sources confirmed that the Law on Unified Places of Worship, which is due to be presented to the first session of the House of Representatives, scheduled to be held on Sunday, has changed to become the ‘Church Building Law’. The law includes all the details related to the building...
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