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18:49Demonstrations in Alexandria head to the Israeli consulate
18:49Breaking News: Army delays announcement of new political rights law
18:48Ghana’s Muntari back to Inter Milan
18:48AP sources: US Mideast envoy plans to resign
17:3210 percent fatality for Libya sea migrants, UN says
17:32Breaking News: Italian Foreign Minister says Gaddafi is very likely not in Tripoli
17:17Three Yemen protesters dead, Saleh rejects US call
17:12Two dead despite Syria no-shoot order: activists
16:54FA Cup: Yaya Toure motivated by brother’s absence
16:54Ruling military council to consider overturning conviction of detained protesters
16:50Suzanne Mubarak may be sent to Cairo’s Qanater prison
16:39US maintains its economic assistace to Eygpt at previous level, says ambassador
16:38Egypt gets ready for Palestinian Nakba Day
16:37Egyptian FA supports Bin Hammam for FIFA presidency
15:48Demonstrations in Egypt’s Northern Sinai city supporting march to Palestine.....
15:48Bombers take bin Laden revenge in Pakistan; U.S. ties cool
15:38Demonstrations in Suez in solidarity with Palestine and for national unity
15:34Syrian security forces kill activist in Homs
15:31Ruling military council denies banning Egyptians abroad from voting
15:30Analysis: Can Hamas leopard change its spots?
15:09India's formidable "Big Sister" knocks out communists
14:37Ahly slam Ittihad’s ‘play-acting’ following league win
14:32Essam Sharaf in Ethiopia
14:17Suzanne Mubarak detained for 15 days pending investigations
14:11Yemen accepts UN mission on violence: UN rights office
14:10Yemen's Saleh vows to stay after US urges quick departure
14:03Nobel laureate Yunus quits bank after court ruling
13:53Oil rises to near $100 as European economy grows
13:14Israel: arms smuggling to Gaza increased
12:08World powers push stalled Yemen transition plan

 
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Though the Egyptian revolution emphasised equality and fraternity of Egypt’s Muslims and Christians, mob attacks against Coptic citizens and their houses of worship have become a frequent occurrence in post-revolution Egypt. What is your opinion?
The attacks are instigated and executed by local counter-revolutionary forces, including Muslim fanatics, Mubarak regime diehards and rogue security forces, and are backed and funded by regressive Gulf States.
The attacks are the expression of deep-seated sectarian tensions, and their greater frequency is a result of the security vacuum created by the revolution, and have nothing to do with counter-revolutionary conspiracies.
Counter-revolutionary forces and regional powers are using deep-seated sectarian tensions to undermine the Egyptian revolution.
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Inspection of a red granite statue of a priest and two deities reveals it is authentic
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