According to Which Customs: The Role of Customary Reconciliation Sessions in Sectarian Incidents and the Responsibility of the State

Source: Egyptian Initiative For Personal Rights
Author(s): Ishak Ibrahim

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The usage of customary reconciliation sessions, as a way of resolving sectarian attacks and conflicts, continues to be the subject of criticism from multiple entities, including official and quasi-official institutions, such as the National Council for Human Rights and some political parties. Voices from Coptic community in general and Egyptian churches in particular have spearheaded these criticisms…

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