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Dr. Nabīl Lūqā Bibāwī praises the mandate of President Mubārak for giving Copts more privileges and solving Copts’ problems with fewer complications than before.
The author reports an interview with prominent Egyptian thinker Tarek Heggy who attributed the American misunderstanding about conditions in Egypt to Sa‘d al-Dīin Ibrāhīm’s and Hishām Qāsim’s inaccurate reporting.
Bilāl al-Dawwī discusses the repercussions to the secretary general of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights’ [http://www.eohr.org/ar/] statements that the Muslim Brotherhood has penetrated 30% of the NGOs that work in the field of human rights.
Bilāl al-Dawwī reports on the legal problems facing the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, and wonders the problems could lead to the closure of the center.
The author talks with Nizār Ghurāb, the defense lawyer of ‘Abbūd al-Zumur, where Nizār Ghurāb expects that ‘Abbūd al-Zumur will be released soon.
The article is based on an interview with Mr. Hānī ‘Azīz, consultant of the Union of Egyptians Abroad and an intimate friend of Pope Shenouda, on the affairs of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The Azhar, the Coptic Orthodox Church, and the Ministry of Interior all agree that religious data must appear on identity cards, but the National Council for Human Rights still insists on discussing the issue.
Bilāl al-Dawī interviews Bishop Basantī asking him about the recent incidents in the church.
‘Abbūd al-Zumur’s wife and his lawyer deny the rumors about ‘Abbūd and Tāriq al-Zumur’s alleged rejection of Sayyid Imām’s reviews. Al-Zumurs’ lawyer provides a short review of Tāriq al-Zumur’s book that was published in 2006.
It seems that the differences will increase when we discuss the issue of specifying one’s religion on ID cards, especially after the Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee at the People’s Assembly, Mustafa al-Fiqī, said that both Muslims and Christians support the cell in IDs that specifies...


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