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47. Baha’i faith, the Egyptian constitution and human rights

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47. Bahā’ī faith, the Egyptian constitution and human rights
Date of source: 
05-06-2006
Author: 
Shaymā´ al-Shāmī
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A recent Administrative

Judicial Court ruling allowing Egyptian Bahā’īs to have their religion recognized on official

documents and the issue of Bahā’ī marriage have been a subject of heated debate in the

Egyptian press.

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4. The Qur’an: God and Man in Communication

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4. The Qur’an: God and Man in Communication
Date of source: 
November 27, 2000
Author: 
Dr. Nasr Abu Zayd
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Dr. Nasr Abu Zayd delivered this lecture upon accepting the prestigious Cleveringa professorial chair at Leiden University in The Netherlands with the request to teach justice, freedom and responsibility and especially the freedom of religion and liberty of conscience. The lecture discussed the nature of the Qur’an and explains the reason for
internal political, social, ideological and intellectual conflict in most of the Muslim countries which is almost everywhere polarized between the secularists and the Islamists.

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