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MB members of the parliament wish Egyptian Catholics a Merry Christmas
MB members of the parliament wish Egyptian Catholics a Merry ChristmasIn a show of unity and goodwill, several MB members of the parliament offered their catholic brethrens their best wishes on the Christmas holiday.  Mr. Mahmoud Megahed, PM of El Mattaryah and Ein Shams district dispatched several representatives to join Catholics in his constituency their celebrations.  The warm
Tuesday, December 27,2005 00:00
by Samir Al waseemy, Ikhwanweb

MB members of the parliament wish Egyptian Catholics a Merry Christmas
In a show of unity and goodwill, several MB members of the parliament offered their catholic brethrens their best wishes on the Christmas holiday.  Mr. Mahmoud Megahed, PM of El Mattaryah and Ein Shams district dispatched several representatives to join Catholics in his constituency their celebrations.  The warm reception and welcoming by priests in different churches reflected on the meanings of civil unity between Muslims and Christians, which is deeply rooted in the hearts of the MB and its Parliament Members in a sharp contrast to the assumptions made by others about potential maltreatment and discrimination against Copts.  In doing so, the MB are also implementing their program during the elections, which emphasized on the rights of Copts in Egypt and considering them partners in society who share the same fate with Muslims.  Moreover, as the law states, members of the parliament should represent all the different sectors of the society including Muslims and Christians.


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How about Happy Chanukkah? Fernando Malamud
When will you start respecting the Jewish people and remember that all your Islamic prophets with the exception of Muhammad are all Hebrews? The Jewish people is the people of the Torah and belongs to the land of Israel, as it is written in your Holy Quran. Never, I insist never there was a Palestinian nation with its capital in Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish people. Israel is an occupier... of its own land. Remember that Jordan had for nineteen years the Eastern portion of Jerusalem and all of Judea and Samaria and NEVER the Palestinian tried to have their own state with Jerusalem as the capital. Jerusalem ALWAYS had a Jewish presence and a Jewish majority since 1850. The home of the Jewish people is Israel. We are not leaving, we will never leave or forced to leave like the Roman Empire did. We are not outsiders, you can tell that to Mr. Deif and all the kind Ikhwan members.
Sunday, December 26,2010 08:43
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