TOPIC sectarianism
Waiting until you can’t
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Sectarian violence sparked in Minya after the unofficial opening of an unlicensed church building
A state-approved play distills Islam’s history to its most regrettable parts
Rose Elbay | How does a government-approved play called Mohamed feel about the slaughter of “infidels”?
Parliament to review draft law on building new churches
Mai Shams El-Din | When a Coptic Orthodox community in an Ismailia village built a church in 2009 to avoid walking 6 km
Coptic media: Expressing grievances, or sectarianism?
Mai Shams El-Din | Mona Mina, the renowned leader of the Doctors Syndicate, is back in the headlines as thousands of Egyptian
Remembering the Two Saints bombing – and the lack of justice
Lina Attalah | Five years after a deadly bombing that took the lives of 23 people, the Two Saints Church in Alexandria
The voice of Christians
Lina Attalah | In the Daher neighborhood, east of Cairo, signs and billboards in support of presidential candidate Abdel
A civil Coptic movement struggles in a polarized Egypt
Leyla Doss | On the evening of March 5, 2011, then 19-year-old Tony Sabry was sheltered beneath a blanket as he participated
‘La Moakhza’: Ambitious and brave, but falls short
Jenifer Evans | “La Moakhza” (Excuse My French) is about a Christian boy from a wealthy family who has to switch
The people, the church and the state
Naira Antoun and Lina Attalah | BENI SUEF — Childish handwriting. Ripped out sinks in the bathroom. The smell of burning. “There
Ishaq Ibrahim
How can Egypt prevent another pre-Christmas bombing?
It’s delusional to believe announcing the names of the perpetrators will prevent another attack
Amr Abdel Rahman
The elephant in the room (part 2): The state and sectarian violence
On the nature and history of legislation and legal practices associated with tackling sectarian conflict
Amr Abdel Rahman
The elephant in the room (part 1): The state and sectarian violence
Sectarian attitudes do not purely emanate from society, but are also prevalent within structures of governance.
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Rogue monks vanquished in battle over Fayoum monastery
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