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Muhammad Habīb, the prominent Muslim Brotherhood leader, rejected Jamāl As'ad's accusation that the former prevented the Brotherhood from electing the latter, stressing that the Muslim Brotherhood is keen to coordinate with the different national streams in all constituencies including Copts....
Salafists said that they will run in the forthcoming elections in support of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group. During a meeting held Friday, April 1, 2011 under the title al-Da'wá al-Salafīyah (Salafist Call) in an attempt to clarify their position, Shaykh Yāsir Burhāmī, a leader of a salafist...
 This article discusses the nomination of a group of Coptic ladies to the People's Assembly in the different governorates.  
 The article discusses the exclusion of Adventists and Jehovah's Witnesses from the new personal status law for Christians.  
 The article highlights the draft marriage submitted by the Coptic laymen front. 
A memorandum was sent from Alexandria to Coptic Pope Shenouda III about the second marriage issue.  The Copts of Alexandria submitted a memorandum to Pope Shenouda containing some important suggestions with regard to the crisis of second marriage to be added to the new personal status law. Joseph...
Al-Jamā'ah Islāmīyah (Islamic Group) has rallied ranks with the Copts to confront the Salafists or Wahabīs in an attempt to end a wave of Fitnah Ṭā’ifīyah started by former President Anwar al-Sadāt and pursued by the deposed President Husnī Mubārak.
Sheikh Abū Yahyá, a person Sawt al-Ummah claims to have first sparked the Kāmilyā Shihātah issue, said that the salafists call for releasing Kāmilyā and others and would not go home without having their requests attained.
The regime has fallen and consequently all its men should fall with him, including Coptic Pope Shenouda III, who had called on the Copts during the early days of the January 25 revolution to stay at home, write Manāl 'Abd al-Latīf and Ridā Tāhir al-Fiqī in an article.
Sawt al-Ummah newspaper quoted a Coptic activist Būlus Ramzī said militias known as the Theban Legion led by Archpriest Mattias Nasr Manqarius and Copts for Egypt Movement led by Hānī 'Azīz are roaming the streets and attempt to assault some mosques.


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