This week's guest is Bishop Morcos of Shubra Al-Khaimah who thinks that "Copts in Egypt are not persecuted via the constitution or laws." He accuses parties "who don't understand religion properly" of improperly treating Christians. He criticizes the double standards of implementing the law of defamation of religion in Egypt. He says there are magazines and authors who criticize Christians without being questioned. Regarding elections, he says the Church does not call on Christians to elect a figure, but advises them to widely participate in voting in order to have a voice in politics.
Point of Order is a live, weekly socio-political hard-talk show. Its guests have included figures such as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, French philosopher and author Bernard-Henri Lévy and the president of the Iraqi Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani. The show, presented by Hasan Muawad, is known for its bold questions and sometimes controversial guests and discussions.