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After a three-month long massacre in Aswan and the falling of 26 victims, there finally comes the final reconciliation between the Nubian al-Hilāliyyah and al-Dābūdiyyah tribes, announced in a public conference. 
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, al-Dawlah al-Islāmīyah fī al-ʻIrāq wa-al-Shām (DAISH), issued a call on the online Jihadist media outlet for the terrorist group, ‘Egypt’s Servicemen,’ Ajnād Masr, to attack the presidential Itihādiyyah palace. 
The terrorist organization of Bayt al-Maqdas announced its responsibility for the killing of the four security forces massacred in Rafah. Political and Islamic organizations accused the Muslim Brotherhood of supporting terrorist organizations to punish the Egyptian population for the 30th of July...
Fr. Būlus Halīm, official spokesperson of the Orthodox Church said that Pope Tawadros the Second left the responsibility of conducting the annual iftār feast to the respective priests and Christian communities of every governorate.
Ahmad Turk, head of research and dā’wah at the Ministry of Endowments guaranteed that any speculation about mosque closures throughout the holy month of Ramadan is not true. All mosques will remain open and welcome to worshippers throughout the month. 
The Fifth Conference on Coptic Assimilation ended yesterday in WashingtonD.C., headed by Magdī Khalīl, writer, analyst, and member of the board of directors of the Organization of Coptic Assimilation. The conference aimed to address the situation for minorities in societies worldwide, but in...
Sheikh Yāssir Burhāmī, vice president of the Salafī organization, said yesterday that the “Have you Prayed for the Prophet Today?” posters are not sectarian, political, or partisan in nature.
‘Abūd al-Zūmur’s controversial article criticizing the Muslim Brotherhood was published last Monday on al-Masriyūn’s website. The article was titled, “The Imprisoned Can Not Lead and the Hurt Can Not Decide.” Al-Zūmur has since faced mounting pressure for his affirmation that Muhamad Mursi is no...
A number of Nubians cut al-Sadat Road off from traffic yesterday. This road leads to the airport. The protestors were asking for revenge for the victims of al-Karkūr in South Aswan.
The forcible seizure of Copts’ land and property continues in Asyut’s villages and security forces are yet to react, some victims say intentionally. 


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