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Ahmad Mansūr: The international organisation of the Muslim Brotherhood is infiltrated and needs to be dissolved Mansūr states that the Muslim Brotherhood was infiltrated by the intelligence agencies of Jordan, Israel and Egypt as well as by the CIA. He goes on arguing that the Muslim Brotherhood...
  Is the Muslim Brotherhood abandoning its peaceful opposition? After a series of attacks against the state, a discussion emerged whether the Muslim Brotherhood has abandoned its peaceful protest. The Brotherhood’s spokesman rejected such allegations and underscored their strategy of peaceful...
Initiative calling for the facilitation of building and restoring churches   A new initiative has provided for the building and restoration of churches in Egypt. This comes in the wake of the security forces’ attack on the Diocese Megāga meant to prevent the building of a church in the village,...
Saif Daif Allāh writes:Before the January 2011 Revolution, the Salafis in Egypt were the only religious group that strongly supported the regime of ousted President Hosni Mubarak. Their perception at that time was that they denied themselves all political activities, claiming being scholars who...
Fādī Yūsuf, the Egyptian Christian activist and head of Egypt's Coptic Coalition, sharply attacked the organizers of the protest scheduled for coming September 9 in the courtyards of Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Cairo's district, `Abbasiya. The protestors plan to carry a banner with...
The coordinator of the Dissident Muslim Brotherhood Youth Coalition, Amru Emara stated that the Coalition intends to candidate in the coming parliamentary elections.
Bishop Būla: these are the best days in the history of the Copts Addressing a conference of Arab Christians, Bishop Būla said that the June 30th Revolution ushered in the best times that Coptic Christians have ever seen in Egypt. He said that the most important accomplishment of the June 30th...
Laws of church building are still being studied Minister of transitional justice, Ibrāhīm Hunaidī announced that laws of church building are still being studied. He also mentioned that Egypt established a human rights department within the Ministry of Transitional Justice and invited the UN...
In the course of a protocol he signed with Hūssām Mūghāzi Egypt's minister of water resources and irrigation for an awareness campaign to save the Nile river from encroachment and pollution, and few weeks before his scheduled visit to Ethiopia in September, Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria and...

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