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After Omar Suleiman had gone

Asasi Abdul Hamid | 31 July 2012
Eight years have passed since the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat has died or has been killed. However nowadays, his death is being investigated as well as his clothes to find out if this great leader was assassinated or not. .. More

God in our Life...

J.M Fahmy | 30 July 2012
Lot of people specially Christians in Egypt who are not happy of the political view in Egypt, did not accept the results of the elections -real or fake- and keep praying for Egypt awaiting for the Holly Ghost to come remove the MB from Egypt! .. More

The Ghost of Mubarak

Monir Beshai | 27 July 2012
People make and choose their rulers, thus, they deserve them. This applies whether such ruler was elected or came by force. Such people has given him the chance to rule them. .. More

King of Hearts

Madonna Shaker | 26 July 2012
king of hearts was the title given to Sir Magdy Yacoub by Diana, Princess of Wales, for his miracles in heart transplantation, and for his researches and experiments over many years in order to develop heart transplantation and save millions of hearts in a very unique way. .. More

The best of MB

Michel Fahmy | 25 July 2012
July is a significant month in the Egyptian history since 1952 till today. During this month, Egypt has experienced many important events and incidents. Today, a member of Muslim Brotherhood, that had many disagreements with the revolution of July 23 through conspiracies and assassinations, governs Egypt. Few weeks ago, Morsy gave a speech in which he attacked Nasser and the revolution of the army however MB can't repeat any of its achievements. .. More

Religious trend and torture

Osama Osman | 24 July 2012
I do not think there is a sane person who believes that any religion may permit its followers to torture animals or human being. However, Do Islamists believe the same? They should do as long as they claim they are religious and they have already suffered a lot from it by the former regime. The truth is they only refuse it when it is against them, but they are allowed to torture the others if they need to! .. More

General Omar Soleiman R.I.P

J.M Fahmy | 23 July 2012
Last week I wrote Lament for the death of Fekry Abd Moutaleb a great researcher and writer we lost … Today I found myself having to Lament the Gereral Omar Soleiman who died on 19th of July in the States in suspicions circumstances, and it was said he was poisoned and his death is part a conspiracy. .. More

Tell me if you don't like it!

Basant Mousa | 20 July 2012
I've found a video on youtube for a leader in Freedom and Justice Party in Alexandria in which he was having sex with an arab prostitute, which was crystal clear in her talking with him. She announced her great acceptance of criticism in order to improve her performance saying: “Tell me if you don't like it!” .. More

Why did Tantawi hand Egypt over to Morsi, Badie and Shater?

Sobhi Foad | 19 July 2012
Since the very beginning of the revolution against Mubarak's regime, it was crystal clear that Field Marshal Tantawy is ready to do anything to please Muslim Brotherhood. He asked them to meet with Omar Suleiman, former vice-president by the time of the revolution, to negotiate their demands. Then, Tantawi choose a number of MB leaders to write the constitutional declaration. .. More

Problems of article II

Ezzat Boulos | 18 July 2012
Centers of human rights, and some Coptic institutions support the stay of article II as it is in the Constitution of 1971 with no change. However, many people think that the current committee will fail like its predecessor, as it doesn't really represent the Egyptian community or its minorities. .. More

We sacrifice our blood for Egypt

Sherif Mansour | 17 July 2012
I used to wonder upon reading the history of our Coptic grandfathers, and how they allowed Egypt to be occupied so easily. And now, we are about to repeat the same incidents. Egyptians are so disintegrated. It looks like we no longer care for our country or its great civilization. .. More

Fekry Abd Elmotaleb

J.M Fahmy | 16 July 2012
Few days back last week Fekry Abd Elmotaleb left our word for ever to meet his creator; but I know lots of you wonder who is he and many of you never ever heard his name and might even had seen him and listened to his words but just like me do not keep names in memory or just seen it and never got the chance to know his name... More

Lament for Egypt

Victor Thabet | 13 July 2012
I cannot believe that my beloved and the beginning of civilization is dying. Egypt my dear, I can sea tears on your cheeks and I can see your Nile River bleeding. I can see the pale face of the Sphinx wondering: is this the end! .. More

Illegal president!

Dr. Awad Shafik | 12 July 2012
The decision of Mr. President to reinstate the dissolved Parliament is an invalid decision, and he should be prosecuted for it. Moreover, he has committed another mistake when he claimed that Military Council had issued a mistaken administrative decision, In fact, it was an executive on. .. More

Dear Christians, prayers are not enough!

John Alfy | 11 July 2012
One of the priests told me why Christians in Egypt make a cross tattoo on their right hand. And the reason dates back to the days of Christians’ persecution, as Romans used to kill Christians after they had tortured them. Many children had lost their parents, and this tattoo was a mark that this child is a Christian. .. More

The Battle for Egypt [Future or no Future]

J.M Fahmy | 10 July 2012
Let me use Pope Shenuda III words translated in English: Be Realistic think of a solution for your problem do not concentrate on Sadness or Melancholy and if you fail wait for God's help live and support reality! .. More

Honest men amid mob

Medhat Kelada | 9 July 2012
It's true that Egypt has many great sons who stand alone in the Egyptian history. We may agree or disagree with them, but for sure we do respect and appreciate them as they are great representatives for Egypt. In the past, Egypt had many great sons like Akhenaten who was the first to believe in monotheism as well as Menes who united upper and Lower Egypt. In the modern history, there are many great Egyptians like Naguib Mahfouz, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature, Sir Magdi Yacoub and the Nobel Prize winner for scinece, Dr. Ahmed Zewail. .. More

It's easier to blame the others

Basant Mousa | 6 July 2012
I was late for writing my article, as I was really annoyed. This happens too often as I suffer in my retarded community. Many times I blamed for mistakes that’s not mine. However, I don't accept this way of talking. Moreover, I don't accept to be forced to do something. .. More

Let's mourn for Egypt!

Samir Habashi | 5 July 2012
When Mohammed Mursy was announced the president of Egypt, many honorable Egyptians couldn't believe it. They felt how unfair and evil it is and there is something trying to hide the truth. They felt Egypt has become like a woman that can't see but the bearded men even if they are very deceitful... More

Reproduction of scorpions

Dr. Raafat Fahim Gendy | 4 July 2012
I have read that a male scorpion after reproduction becomes so weak and the female kills him after she had got his spermatophore. This is so similar to what happens between Muslim Brotherhood and the Supreme Council of Armed Forces, as their first child didn't live long (I mean the Parliament), MB has conceived the brilliant child (I mean Mursy). Later, I'm sure that MB will come and kill the SCAF just like the female scorpion kills its male. .. More

To get rid of garbage, you should raise pigs!

Nabil al-Mekaddis | 3 July 2012
Getting rid of garbage in the streets is part of progress project of the elected president Mursy who loves to be called so to be differentiated from all other governors of Egypt like the ousted king Farouk, or the deposed Mohammed Naguib, or the assassinated Nasser and Sadat, or the overthrown Mubarak. .. More