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CAIRO, EGYPT - DECEMBER 14 : People hold candles during a commemoration for victims of a Sunday bombing at a Coptic cathedral in Cairo, Egypt on December 14, 2016. Twenty five people were killed at the Coptic cathedral in what was one of the attacks on the religious minority in recent memory. (Photo by Stringer/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

ÄGYPTEN – INTERVIEW MIT WAEL FAROUQ

Tahir, Muslimbrüder, Generäle und der Anschlag auf die koptische Kathedrale. Kairo sechs Jahre nach dem Arabischen Frühling. mehr...

Aktuelles, 26.Jan 2017
Cairo University students shout slogans against the government after the verdict of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's trial, at the university's campus in Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo November 30, 2014. Protests erupted at universities across Egypt on Sunday, condemning a court decision to drop criminal charges against Mubarak, the president whose ouster in the 2011 uprising raised hopes of a new era of political openness. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) - RTR4G4SQ

WAS WIR DEM ISLAM ANBIETEN KÖNNEN, IST EINE FREUNDSCHAFT

Der Islam entstand in der Wüste. „Und Wüste bedeutet Leben oder Tod.“ mehr...

Aktuelles, 19.Mrz 2015
Egyptians attend the funeral of a dozen policeman and a civilian killed from an explosion at a police headquarters, in the Nile Delta city of Mansoura, 110 kilometers (70 miles) north of Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2013. A powerful blast tore through a police headquarters in an Egyptian Nile Delta city early Tuesday, killing more than a dozen, wounding more than 100 and leaving victims buried under rubble in the deadliest bombing yet in a months-long wave of violence blamed on Islamic militants. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing, which came a day after an al-Qaida-inspired group called on police and army personnel to desert or face death at the hands of its fighters. (AP Photo/Ahmed Omar)

WER KANN ÄGYPTEN HELFEN?

Man macht es sich zu einfach, wenn man meint, alles sei wieder wie unter Mubarak. Auch wenn die 98 Prozent Zustimmung bei der Volksabstimmung über die Verfassung an die Zeiten des alten Präsidenten erinnern. mehr...

Aktuelles, 9.Feb 2014
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