Minister of Defence General Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi addressed six messages to various parties on Saturday while attending artillery training manoeuvres in the area classified militarily as the Central Zone. ..
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt..
Mustafa Souissy, coordinator of "Rebellion" campaign in Suez, said that 4 members of the campaign we..
The Evangelical Church of Egypt (Synod of the Nile) has organized a meeting with an Indonesian deleg..
Police said that Demiana A. Mansour, Coptic minor girl, has escaped with a Muslim man called Ahmed G..
Public Prosecutor Talaat Abdallah has ordered investigations into reports against Copts preaching Ch..
In a customary reconciliation session, Church gave 200.000 EGP up, which should have been paid by th..
Suddenly, and in the same week, three of the largest Islamist movements started talking about transitional justice, demanding its implementation at once. Spokesman for the Salfist front, Hisham Kamal, asserted, "Mubarak should have been trMagdy Malak
Just a recent movement called “ Rebel “ could cause all of these fears to the Muslim Brotherhood. Can we ever understand how much Muslim Brotherhood is small group fragile. I totally admire of this movement because in few days it could
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The question which lingers in my mind is, will there ever be a time where the people don't oppose the government? I have this nagging inkling that perhaps the people will never be happy with any leader. Why? I feel like the Egyptian people put their leader on