Faction leaders of the fundamentalist Jihād Organization are working on an initiative to cease all violence. The ideologue of the Jihād Organization, Sayyid Imām ‘Abd al-‘Azīz, finished his new book of rules and asked for a million British pounds for a five-year contract to publish and translate...
Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies denounced what it called ‘a reputation- tarnishing campaign against the Center amidst the tempest of foreign funds.’
The first annual report of the National Council for Human Rights, which depended mainly on the reports of the more experienced civil society organizations and their demands and recommendations during the past 20 years, was so frail that it is acting as an organization strictly receiving complaints...
The author considers the implementation of the recent constitutional amendments. He questions how significant the concept of citizenship, among others, will be.
The author refers to a book by Dr. Abd al-Mu‘ṭī Bayyūmī entitled, ‘Al-Islām wa-al-Dawlah al-Madanīyah,’ [Islam and the Civil State] which condemns the narrow view and intolerance of some Islamic groups.
During its campaigns for the Shūrá Council elections, the Muslim Brotherhood issued an electoral platform that underlines the importance of general freedoms. Believing that Copts are welcome to all posts, it also supports the role played by the church in implementing social norms. The platform is...
The author considers one-sided media reporting, and the inaccuracies that are frequently present in media publications and outlets in Egypt. He investigates the problems surrounding the issuance of Egyptian identity cards, and the potential sources of these problems.
As elections for the Shūrá Council approach, the article discusses the Muslim Brotherhood’s continued intentions to run in the election, despite the fact that they run under a religious slogan “Islam is the Solution.”
The administrative judiciary court considers the appeal over a unified law draft for Copts’ personal status.
Raising the limit of confrontation with the Muslim Brotherhood, security forces have arrested two of the group’s members who were also in the People’s Assembly, despite the parliamentary immunities they enjoy. They were accused of organizing a rally against the state. However, they were released...
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