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 Goodwill Ambassadors from multiple countries arrived in Egypt on an invitation from the association “Lovers of a Peaceful Egypt.” They asked to meet with Prime Minister Ibrāhīm Mahlab to express their love for Egypt and their willingness to help promote a climate of security and tourism in the...
King Fahd ordered distribution of 40,000 copies of the Holy Qur’an and its translation to a number of institutions inside and outside the Kingdom.
In the last issue of the debate aired by the Qatari Al-Jezira channel between Maurice Sadek, President of the Center for Human rights and National Unity, and Mustafa Bakri, editor-in-chief of Al-Osboa newspaper, Sadek had said that the Egyptian government is a racist government and should be...
A TV station from Qatar organized a live debate on the American Freedom of Religious Persecution Law and el-Koshh between Mustafa Bakri, editor in chief of Al-Osboa newspaper, and Maurice Sadek, president of the Center for Human Rights and National Unity. Sadek, who defended the recently accepted...
’Love Street’ previously was 54 Sidi Bishr Street, but reality has changed the name since a mosque stands next to a church and Muslims and Christians peacefully live together, experiencing the sweet and bitter days of life.
The question has been raised whether the American military strike against what were described as Osama Bin Laden’s bases in Afghanistan on August 17 will force the Taliban movement to clamp down on the Saudi dissident and his Arab-Afghan associates.
A long overview of the growth of Islam in the USA.
Nirmīn al-Shawādifī wrote on the release of the Azhar’s envoy to The Philippines Shaykh Muhammad al-Sayyid Mūsá, who was charged with plotting a terrorist attack in The Philippines.
A recent report about discrimination in the workplace has stated that Copts in Egypt are victims of discrimination. The Egyptian government refutes the allegations but here the author highlights ten factors that show this discrimination.
‘Ādil Jundī writes his article from the perspective of a Muslim Egyptian, saying that he would work hard to purify his religious heritage by subjecting it to reason and research.


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