With rights organizations reporting a spike in defamation charges, concerns are piling up over the effect of such charges on freedoms of belief and expression.
Scenes of bloody clashes between Tahrir protesters and police forces are back filling the front pages of local newspapers.
Delegation from Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Church - headed up by newly ordained Pope Tawadros II - offers condolences for recent death of president's sister.
Al-Azhar Grand Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayyeb has renewed his call for rival Palestinian factions to achieve reconciliation in order to face Israel as a united front.
A senior leader in the Freedom and Justice Party said there are “clear indications” the US and Israel have played a role in the crises in Sinai and Gaza.
The withdrawal of a third of the members from the Islamist-dominated Constituent Assembly throws the future of the constitution-writing body into question.
JI's Construction and Development Party has demanded that the president remove the Cabinet, accusing the Muslim Brotherhood of hijacking the revolution.
On the eve of the inauguration of Egypt's new Coptic Pope, Ahram Online investigates the church-state relationship as its role is redefined post-revolution.
Major secular political figures said that passing the proposed constitution would be equivalent to signing off on Egypt’s downfall.
The Wafd Party walk out follows the withdrawal of church representatives from the Assembly, threatening the future of the current draft national charter.