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In collaboration with the Anglican Diocese of Egypt, the Swedish Institute Alexandria held a round table discussion on “Reforming the religious discourse and its role in improving dialogue, tolerance and coexistence” with a view to tackling the importance of reforming the religious discourse and...
The newly appointed director of the library, Dr. Muṣṭafa al-Fiqī organized an Open-Day meeting to convene for two days with a number of Egypt’s intellectuals, academics, political elite, media professionals, civil society leaders and clergymen to listen to their views, critics, and suggestions on...
Survey of unlicensed churches in some Egyptian governorates was finalized and would be sent to the cabinet, according to Minister of Local Development Muhammad 'Atīyah. "The cabinet already finished legalizing unlicensed churches and referred the data to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces,"...
Counselor Muhammad 'Atīyah, the minister of local development, said that next week [Thursday, November 17, 2011] the Ministry will start regulating the situation of the unlicensed churches. This article has no link online.
The unified draft law on the construction of houses of worship will be tackled by the cabinet's legislative committee Tuesday (Oct. 25) to discuss some amendments and proposals introduced by some religious institutions during the past few days, according to Minister of Local Development Muhammad '...
‘Modhakkirat al-Ta‘riyah li Kitāb al-Tabri’ah’ [Memo of the Denudation of the Exculpation Book], is a book by Dr. Fadl of the Jihād Islamic in which reveals his discusses issues related to hi relationship with al-Qā‘idah and Ayman al-Zawāhirī its second man who severely criticized Dr. Fadl’s...
A report reveals the motives behind a proposed draft law condemning Egypt for violating human and minority rights.
The article presents an overview of a group calling themselves the Quranists. Dr. Jamāl al-Bannā highlights the group’s stances on certain issues, their history, and what sets them apart from other Muslims.
While the government clamps down on the Muslim Brotherhood to allegedly prevent them from winning seats in the Shūrá Council elections, the outlawed group witnesses internal disputes.
The Kifāyah movement is organizing marches protesting the new constitutional amendments. Meanwhile, the movement is experiencing serious internal disputes.

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