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Muhammad Alī ‘Afīfī, the leader of Ansār Bayt al Maqdis organization, made important statements in the interrogation that was supervised by Councilor Tāmir al- Firgāny, the Public Attorney of the State Security Prosecution.
Central Security forces have increased their presence in the area of the Virgin Mary Church in al-Warrāq in order to secure the popular condolences organized by Dustūr Party following Friday prayers. The residents of al-Warrāq performed Friday prayers in front of the church to affirm their...
Security forces have intensified their efforts to arrest the assailants on al-Warrāq Church. About 30 officers from the national and central security investigations units have listened to 120 testimonies from witnesses. The security team continued to search for the assailants in the Corniche area...
Giza Governor ‘Alī ‘Abd al-Rahman on Wednesday released compensations to all persons harmed in the deplorable incidents after an ad hoc commission estimated the losses at LE500,000 (roughly $86,000) give to 52 families – 45 families and seven owners of stores.
The interior minister’s remarks that the Dahshūr incidents were not sectarian in nature but were rather a brawl among a group of local residents in some area in Giza are nothing but a flawed simplification and a failed attempt to cover the truth.
73 members of the terrorist organisation known as Muslim Brotherhood have been brought to the Criminal Court in Giza on accusations of “participating in the theft of contents” from the Church of the Virgin and then burning the church.
Al- Da’wah al- Salafia continues its confrontation with the Ministry of Endowments. 
On Friday, supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood continued to spread violence and chaos during their demonstrations. Meanwhile, the supporters’ march blocked Ahmad ‘Asamat Street in Ain Shams and they set afire many student checkpoints at al-Haram Street. 
547 Christians left CairoInternationalAirport on four planes yesterday for Tel Aviv in order to go to Jerusalem to celebrate the Holy Week and Easter at the holy places there. About 4000 Copts went to Jerusalem this year, according to Engineer Viktor 'Ādil Malāk, owner of a tourist company that...
Unknown persons had put a packet of dynamite next to the outer wall of the the HolyVirginChurch, in al-Saff [south of Cairo] while Coptic festivities were held. Explosives experts prevented the explosion.


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