السلطات المصرية تمنع دخول مواد بناء إلى قطاع غزة … و يبدو أن المسلسل الهابط لم ينته بعد
ميدان التحرير للمشير طنطاوي : أين التغير ؟
Egyptian revolution :Whether you are Christian, Muslim, or Atheist.. You will demand your God damned rights .. WE WILL NEVER BE SILENCED …
Brookings latest poll of 2010 Arab Public Opinion , conducted during the period of June 29 – July 20 , 2010 , Results were the Following :
- 77% of the Arabs support the right of Iran to possess Nuclear weapons.
- Egyptians are the largest supporters of Iran,97% of them support the right of Iran to possess Nuclear weapon.
- 62%of the Arabs have a negative view of Obama, compared with 23 % year ago.
- 54 %of those surveyed said they do not believe a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians will ever happen – the percentage has basically unchanged since 2008- .
2010 poll surveyed 3,976 people in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Jordan, Lebanon, and the United Arab Emirates, during the period of June 29–July 20, 2010.
Dear Arab lying regimes : Shut the fuck-up , Iran is not an enemy of the Arabs . Iran is a neighbor who we can agree or disagree with it’s policies … Israel is the threat to our existence . Thanks God the Arab citizens ( Especially the Egyptians ) no longer believe in the mainstream ( Pro-dictator regimes ) Propagandists .
Another round between the civilian state and the religious state is held in Egypt these day. The Supreme Administrative Court late last month issued a ruling obliging the pope to allow Coptic divorcees to remarry. The ruling was totally rejected by the Egyptian Orthodox Coptic Church , which does not allow divorce except in a very rare incidents ,when it is proven that the husband or the wife has committed a huge sin like ” adultery” and ” homosexuality” and not allowing the sinner to remarry . Getting a divorce is hell on Earth for Egyptian Christians -mainly orthodox-, forcing thousand of divorce-seekers Christians to change their church or even their religion on papers , in order to get a divorce.
There is no Civilian marriage in Egypt , and under Egypt’s current personal law marriage and divorce depends on the couple’s religion , But in cases of inter-faith marriages between a Muslim and a non-Muslim , the Islamic law- which allows divorce prevails .
In 2002 the well-known Egyptian actress Hala Sidki divorced her Christian husband , after years spent in courts according to Khoulo Islamic law, after changing her church . The Orthodox church back then backed Sidki’s divorce and re-marriage , and now she is a happy mother of two twins from her second husband . unlike her Sidki’s ex-husband Magdi William could not remarry , he accused the Church of being biased against him , filling for the lawsuit which ended with Supreme court ruling obliging the Church to allow remarriage for the Christian divorcees .
“I am announcing that the church respects the law but it does not accept rules except from the bible,” the pope said in the press conference last Tuesday asking President Mubark to personally involve to resolve the problem.even though the latest ruling followed appealing.
An an official close to the Pontiff said Thursday
Coptic Pope Shenouda III has received promises from a leading official of the ruling National Democratic Party that a presidential decree would soon be issued aimed at resolving the current crisis pertaining to Coptic divorce and remarriage,
The relation between the Presidency and the church is calm in general . According to analysts the church aims to guard the Christian values from the conservative Islamic trends , that has gained a huge ground among the Egyptian Muslim community .
Yesterday 3rd of April , hundreds of Egyptian workers demonstrated in front of the council of ministers in Hussein Hegazi Street,down town Cairo to demand a national minimum wage.
The demonstration comes after an administrative court order obligated the government : “to set a minimum wage in line with rising prices of basic commodities,”.
“We want to reach to poverty line
Stop the politics of privatization
Under these slogans, the labour and civil groups protested in front of the council .
It worth saying that The national minimum wage stands at LE 35 a month, unchanged from 1984. A coalition of labor groups and NGOs, that organized Saturday’s protest, is pressing the government to raise it to LE 1,200.
كمال أبو عيطة في تظاهرة الأمس