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14. Abu Turaykah…jihad for the sake of ‘Amr Khalid

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14. Abū Turaykah…jihād for the sake of ‘Amr Khālid
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pp. 18, 19
Date of source: 
April 11 , 2008
Author: 
Not mentioned
Reviewer: 
Nirmin al-‘Awadi
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Abū Turaykah describes Egypt’s victory over the Ivory Coast in the African Cup of Nations as a great victory that resembles Badr’s victory and hopes that Manuel Jose converts to Islam

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2. Report on church response to poverty in Egypt

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2. Report on church response to poverty in Egypt
Date of source: 
31-08-2007
Author: 
Maria Rezzonico
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The following presents a report on poverty in Egypt, and specifically how this issue is being addressed by the Coptic Orthodox Church in an attempt to alleviate the suffering of Egyptians.

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27. Darfur victims in Cairo churches

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27. Darfur victims in Cairo churches
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p. 10
Date of source: 
19-08-2007
Author: 
Minerva As‘ad
Reviewer: 
Katia Saqqa
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Cairo churches offer financial and in-kind aid to the refugees of Darfur. The following lines shed light on the refugees’ lives in Egypt.

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54. “The AUC respects religious freedom,” David Arnold, president of the American Univeristy in Cairo, said

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54. “The AUC respects religious freedom,” David Arnold, president of the American Univeristy in Cairo, said
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p. 27
Date of source: 
25-06-2007
Author: 
Muhammad Habib
Reviewer: 
Nuhayr ‘Ismat
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Muḥammad Ḥabīb interviews David Arnold, president of the American University in Cairo. David Arnold comments on the issue that arose when a woman wearing a Niqāb was restricted from accessing the AUC library.

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14. The problem of the Hanging Church is over after 15 years

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14. The problem of the Hanging Church is over after 15 years
Date of source: 
27-07-1997
Author: 
Mahir ‘Ayyad
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Subtitle:
Signing a

21 million pound restoration contract
Egypt’s minister of culture has

signed a contract of 21 million

Egyptian pounds to restore the famous Hanging Church bringing to an end a

15-year-old dispute about the restoration

of the 5th century church. The aim is to develop historical old

Cairo which includes the mosque of Amr Ibn El-Ass,

the first mosque in Egypt, and the Jewish synagogue of

Ibn Ezra. The head of the International Dialogue Association

between religions in Paris, Dr. Ali El-Saman,

said "This project is a symbol of the national unity in Egypt."

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8. Even ministers are forbidden from entering

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8. Even ministers are forbidden from entering
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p. 6
Date of source: 
18-08-2006
Author: 
Dr. Hammad‘Abd Allah Hammad
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Dr. Hammād cAbd Allāh Hammād criticizes some practices in the tourist sector in Egypt especially forbidding veiled women from entering certain tourist establishments.

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51. What are US-funded powers doing in Egypt?

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51. What are US-funded powers doing in Egypt?
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pp. 20-27
Date of source: 
10-06-2006
Author: 
Usamah al-Dalil
Reviewer: 
‘Amr al-Misri
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The author criticizes the American funding of Egyptian

NGOs and US

interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries under the pretext of spreading democracy and

freedom

in the Arab world.

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69. Priests’ legal cases against the government and Copts

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69. Priests’ legal cases against the government and Copts
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p. 19
Date of source: 
15-05-2006
Author: 
‘Ila ‘Adil, Nabil Sayf
Reviewer: 
Mu‘izz ‘Abd al-‘Aziz
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Money may push many to commit illegal acts. Here

the

author explains how many churches were robbed by certain people who managed to deceive Christian religious men,

making use of the “religious bond”.

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