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The Coalition for the Support of New Muslims continues its support for Shaykh Abū Yahyá, who was arrested on charges of sparking fitnah in the Virgin Mary Church in Imbābah. Dr. Husām Abū al-Najārī, member of the Coalition, said that Shaykh Abū Yahyá was just a scapegoat to calm the public. [...
The independent newspaper Sawt al-Ummah published a collection of opinions by salafī clerics in one week, beginning with Dr. Yāsir Burhāmī, a senior salafist in Alexandria, who said that the Copts are kāfirs (disbelievers) and accordingly they have to pay the jizyah. Shaykh Muhammad al-Zughbī said...
Ahmad Muhammad 'Alī, a Muslim man for five years now before he quit Christianity, revealed to Sawt al-Ummah newspaper that Butrus Butrus Jayyid, the nephew of Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III and the Priest of al-Zaytūn Church, tried to kill him.
After getting a verdict of separation from her Christian husband, 'Abīr Tal'at Fakhrī's [allegedly kidnaped by the church] lawyer filed a new report with the Public prosecutor accusing the priest of of Saint Mina Church in Imbābah of kidnapping her and keeping her in a house attached to the church...
Major General Mamdūh Muqalad, the head of the prosecution office in al-Minya governorate said that the Ministry of Interior Affairs are exerting its effort in three governorates (Cairo, Minya, and Asyut) to find two Christian women who disappeared in Nazlat 'Abdīn village in Minya on Sunday, June...
Shaykh Hāzim Abū Ismā'īl, son of a Muslim Brotherhood (MB) figure, will run for president even if one of the MB runs as his opponent.    
Marian Wahīd Halīm Shākir, 33-years-old, Christian and from a conservative Christian family, converted to Islam and decided to marry 'Ukāshah Abū Bakr Hāmid, 39-years-old, Muslim.     
In Aswan, an 18-year-old Marwah Kāmīl Sa'īd Mikhael disappeared since July 12, 2010, and later appeared in a video clip posted on the Internet asserting her conversion to Islam with her own free will.
Two protests by salafists and Copts in front of the defense ministry headquarters demanding the release of prisoners and reopening churches, al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, page 3 of May 1, 2011 reported. On April 30, 2011, the public prosecution informed the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Mark in al-'...
Shaykh Abū Yahyá had threatened to prevent Copts from celebrating Easter, and that salafists will besiege the Cathedral on Sunday April 24, 2011 until Coptic Pope Shenouda III is held accountable, and the Muslim woman who is allegedly detained in a church is released.  

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