by John Moris Sadek
on Monday, April 18, 2011 at 9:56pm.
The protesters, many from the ultraconservative Salafi trend of Islam, have been sitting on train tracks, taken over government buildings and blocked main roads in the southern city of Qena, insisting the new governor won't properly implement Islamic law. A video posted on the YouTube website showed a speaker telling a crowd at the government office: "This won't work. A Copt won't implement Islamic law." According to the constitution, Islamic law is supposed to be the primary source of legislation in the country.
see why the second title in the constitution is dangerous for Egypt; I hope smart people of Egypt make a good decision regarding this title, so the country can live in peace.