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Protesters in Qinā called for a second million-man march on Sunday, April 24, 2011, to call for the removal of Prime Minister ʿIṣām Sharaf and the trial of Deputy Prime Minister Yaḥyā al-Jamāl. The protesters continued a sit-in on a railway line and introduced their new slogan "Muslims and Copts...
On Saturday April 9, the police detained political activist Wā’il Abū Layl for 15 days, due to his alleged acts of violence against demonstrators on Tahrīr Square. Following a conference of the 25 January Revolution Youth Coalition, political activists accused the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) for being...
Usāmah Haykal comments on Dr. Yūsuf Butrus Ghālī’s insulting religion in parliament.
Freedom House considers Egypt a not-free country for violating citizens’ rights.
This issue presents a number of interesting articles on cases of sedition on Egypt, further commentary on the speech of President Obama, and the recent ongoings in the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The article states that Ibrāhīm ‘Īsá’s presidential pardon is politically motivated and is an isolated incident of the Egyptian regime backtracking, rather than a step toward a wider leniency for other political prisoners.
Fahmī Huwaydī comments on the state of emergency announced in Egypt.
Hānī Labīb calls to create a new program in the Egyptian educational process to be focused on educating pupils and students of all educational levels on the rights and duties related to elections.
Fahmī Huwaydī agrees with the voices that hold the regime responsible for agitating sectarianism in society. However, he adds that there are other factors that strongly contribute to inflaming the situation.
The article discusses the story of an Egyptian woman who filed a police report against two of her Saudi Arabian neighbors after they attacked her and her family. Subsequently, the woman discovered that the police were very reluctant to take any action against the women.


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