The article discusses the author’s view of how Egypt will change over the coming years, and how these changes will affect the minorities in the political and social spheres.
Discussion of the murder of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto on December 27, 2007 Kees Hulsman’s visit to Europe to promote AWR work in discussions and meetings. Comments that the rise of militant and political Islam increased since 2002. Shaykh Tantawi called for punishing...
Max Michel organized an Iftār celebration that was attended by representatives of different Christian denominations and Christian and Muslim public figures. At the Iftār Pope Shenouda III was severely criticized and only the journalist Louis Gries supported him.
The inclusion of religious data on identity cards is a declaration of a person’s identity.
The U.S. State Department’s International Religious Freedom Report 2007 has strongly criticized the Egyptian government for engaging in procedures that stifle the religious freedom of its religious minorities.
The annual report of the State Department-affiliated U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom [USCIRF] on Egypt that was released on September 14, 2007 has created a lot of controversy within intellectual circles in Egypt.
The article reviews an imaginary interview between a Bahā’ī and a Muslim on the fundamentals of Bahā’īsm.
After 23 years of marriage, a Muslim wife has discovered that her husband is a Bahā’ī and not a Muslim. According to the wife, he takes to beating her and their children in an attempt to force her to convert to his faith.
The article discussions the furor that was caused by a document that allegedly showed how the U.S. was funneling aid into Christian organizations, and how the reporting on the issue help to stir up a media tempest.
Civil society proved after a quarter of a century of struggle that it has the capability to break the barriers set by the
regime between it and the people through the suppression of freedom of expression and the use of power and unconstitutional
legislation to trample its activists.