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Diplomats described the European Union's statement that " the Egyptian judiciary’s freezing of the human rights organizations' fund stands against the work of civil society" as an insult to the Egyptian authority and against the international rules and laws. The Diplomats claim that there are...
Policemen used tear gas to separate the angry protestors sparked by a decision to repeat the elections between two nominees in Qinā one of the nominees represented the Bedouins and was nominated by the ruling National Democratic Party, and the other was an independent nominee, also a member of the...
Arab media primarily placed the war in Iraq in the framework of the religious dimension. Religion is present in the background of almost all articles. Reactions of religious institutions and figures and the impact of religion on the characters of both Bush and Saddam Hussein are the focus of...
A document is issued by the bishop of Naj‘ Ḥammadī following the conversion of two Coptic men to Islām. The bishop accuses fundamentalist Islamic groups of exploiting the poor financial circumstances of some Christian young men to oblige them to convert.
Asharq al-Awsat revealed that the American consul visited Ibrahim in the prison’s hospital and relieved his worry. He promised Ibrahim that the American embassy would take care of his case in his capacity as an American citizen. al-Musawwar and al-Ah...
Ahmad Abū al-Khir interviews one of the most controversial members of Parliament; alī Laban, member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The coordinator of the controversial movement Kifāyah says, in this interview with Sawt al-Ummah, that his group has included all political orientations in a bid to unify ranks in the face of a regime that is loathed by all Egyptians.
The article focuses on the referral of Sawt al-Umma journalists to the criminal court over accusations that they slandered judges by publishing a so-called black list of judges involved in rigging the last parliamentary elections.
The article discusses how the American Agency for International Development (AID) intervenes in the education system of Egypt with the agreement of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP). University professors comment on such intervention.
Some 260 Christians left Cairo on April 22, 2005 carried by El Al and EgyptAir’s Air Sinai flights for Israel. Air Sinai has flown the Orthodox Copts while the Israeli carrier El Al flew 37 Catholic Copts.
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