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The author of the article fiercely criticizes the Coptic Orthodox Church’s hostile stance toward Coptic intellectual Jamāl As‘ad.
Fahmī Huwaydī criticizes a document that has been issued by Arab information ministers concerning TV satellite channels, believing that it will censor freedom of expression.
Hānī Labīb calls to create a new program in the Egyptian educational process to be focused on educating pupils and students of all educational levels on the rights and duties related to elections.
Fahmī Huwaydī agrees with the voices that hold the regime responsible for agitating sectarianism in society. However, he adds that there are other factors that strongly contribute to inflaming the situation.
Fahmī Huwaydī, the author, says the Egyptian record of human rights violations is too bad to be defended, affirming that reports of human rights groups in Egypt are based on true stories of victims.
Fahmī Huwaydī criticized the charges directed at a group of 13 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Sohag of planning to overthrow the regime and establish an Islamic Caliphate, wondering how such a small group of people can do that.
The author, Fahmī Huwaydī, refuses any form of security interference in the hiring process of new Muslim clerics at the Ministry of Endowments.
Fahmī Huwaydī criticizes the use of religion to achieve certain political goals.
The author talks about the attacks on Islam represented in an American campaign organized by some fanatics and Israel’s attempts to issue a UN decree to prohibit the Islamic parties from sharing in elections.
Huwaydī expresses his fears over a meeting that is expected to take place between Pope Shenouda, Pope Benedict XVI, and 38 prominent Muslim scholars and preachers to discuss Muslim Christian relations in Egypt.

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