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The secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Īyād Ibn Amīn Madanī condemned the terrorist attack that targeted a university in Kabul last Thursday, claiming the death of 12 people, among them 7 students, and many injured.  
Since the beginning of the presidential elections, anti-Muslims in the United States are increasing because of the statements of the country's presidential candidate, Donald Trump about his intention to ban the entry of Muslims and to close the mosques after the terrorist attacks that happened in...
US State Department religious freedom report of 2015 said that the Egyptian government failed in responding to preventing sectarian violence in some cases, especially in the cities remote from the capital, Cairo. Despite the involvement of governmental officials in the customary reconciliation...
Secretary-General of Egypt's Misr Al-Qawiyya (Strong Egypt) Party, Ahmad Fawzy, said that the part makes every effort to open the public domain, clarifying that the Party is committed to peaceful opposition, as history shows that violence has never caused positive changes. 
`Amrū Ramadān, Egyptian ambassador to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), denied what various Egyptian websites depicted on Egypt's alleged boycott the anti-gay violence mandate during the United Council session held last week.
The Coptic Orthodox Church has voiced its dismay at amendments to a draft law after two-week long discussions to reach agreement on its text formulation and meetings held between President Al-Sisi and Pope Tawadros II and members of the Holy Synod.
Constitutional expert, Dr. Muhammad Nūr Farahāt, said that the votes Muslim Brotherhood followers and the Copts will cast in the upcoming presidential elections 2018 will play a crucial role in determining Egypt’s future ruler, commenting on talks over potential candidates.  According to Farahāt,...
Undersecretary of Al-Azhar, Dr. `Abbās Shūmān, confirmed that it would be very wrong to expect a change of the Americans stance towards Islam and Muslims or to expect a promising development, while American presidential candidates utter hostile statements against Muslims.
An informed judicial source said on Sunday that an inventory committee affiliated to Egypt's Ministry of Justice had frozen the assets of former president Muhammad Morsi and over Muslim Brotherhood prominent figures. 
Egypt's Al-Azhar and Dār al-Iftā' strongly condemned the shooting to death of Al-Furqān mosque Imam and his assistance in New York on Saturday.

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