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Statements Grand Muftī of Egypt, Shawqī 'Allām, said that the exploitation of fatwás to deepen the rift is a detested and forbidden practice in Islam. In his TV-broadcast speech, he called for protection of the institutions of the state against any attack by any means, pointing out that such doing...
The committee to amend the Constitution is supervising reviewing of the Constitution to prepare a draft of constitutional reforms. The Middle Eastern News Agency (MENA) quoted Chancellor ‘Alī ‘Awad, rapporteur of the committee, saying that the committee has reviewed around 132 articles so far and...
Commenting on the last sectarian violence in al-Karam village in Abu-Qūrqās, Minya Governorate, Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Marc, said that reconciliation between the two parties involved in the incident can only be fulfilled after justice is served.  
Thousands of Copts and Muslims have flocked to the Damīāna village in Daqahliyya on Wednesday to celebrate the St. Damīāna feast, which is held on May 12 to 30 every year.
Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi announced that he will issue a presidential pardon in few days for more than 300 young detainees and those suffering bad health conditions.
Although the first Coptic church built on the land of one of the Gulf states is over 80 years old, the construction of churches in the gulf and the service of the Christian clergy there is a dilemma that requires continuous understanding.
Egyptian journalist Muhammad Tāha, the author of a recent book on the Arab Spring, said the social and cultural reality of Egyptian women seems to have gone unchallenged despite their strong participation in the January 25 Revolution.
The church construction law has raised a lot of controversy during its preparation process, including its restrictive articles on security and governor's approval. However, one village seems remained unaffected of all these security complications and bureaucratic procedures; fears of provoking...
During the Laylat al-Qadr (Night Of Decree) ceremony organized on Wednesday by Egypt's Ministry of Religious Endowments, President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi called to avoid acts of "extremism and fanaticism" that harm the religion of Islam, according to a statement disclosed by the Presidency.
In conjunction with the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, Egyptian radio launched the woman-rights-awareness program, “The Daughters of Kemet”.


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