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Last week when I published the story about "The claims of raping the Egyptian Christian women and the season of blackmailing Egypt", The author is certain that these girls were the heroines of love affairs, and they were not forced to do something against their will, nor has any person raped them.
A series of educational books recently published by the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development have raised some eyebrows and triggered a crisis in the Ministry of Education, among religious scholars and more recently [have] drawn angry protests from the People’s Assembly.
The author of the article asks why the syllabus proposed by the Ibn Khaldoun Institute tries to persuade pupils that the Prophet erred and opposes claims that Mosque speakers incite Muslims against Christians.
Of the thirteen military trials of the Gamaa Islamiya, this is the first in which no one has been condemned to death.
Egypt and Iran are discussing a street sign in Tehran named after Khaled el-Islambouli, the man who killed late president Sadat in 1981. Full diplomatic ties between the two countries can only be restored after this street name is removed.
Despite parliament’s approval, many NGOs believe that this is no reason to stop the campaign against a law which, they argue, infringes upon their autonomy. The law, many NGOs assert, gives the government extensive control over the establishment and liquidation of organizations, and widens the...
In the early hours of last Thursday, following a day-long debate, the People’s Assembly approved, by a hefty majority, a new bill designed to regulate the activities of some 15,000 registered non-governmental organizations (NGOs). However, the bill did not go down well with 11 opposition deputies...
The People’s Assembly passed the new law of associations on May 27 after two days of debate and protests from non-governmental organizations. Internationally, the law provoked dismay from a number of corners including five human rights groups, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch,...
The People’s Assembly’s Culture Committee was the scene of stormy debates this week over the Culture Ministry’s plans to organize a celebration marking the advent of the next millennium. Among other questions that the Culture Minister Farouk Hosni was asked, was this one: "The celebration will be...
Rose el-Yousef published the text of an advertisement in the Washington Times of May 25 claiming Christian girls in Egypt are kidnapped, raped and forced to convert to Islam. They conclude the translation with one paragraph saying the claims are not true.

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