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Egyptians have been following the American elections this year with unprecedented interest.  Some of them are against Donald Trump since he declared Jerusalem the capital of Israel and moved the American embassy there.  Others are against Joe Biden because they believe that he will impose the...
A decision by the Dutch government on July 11, 2012 was all about facilitating procedures for asylum by Egyptian Christians, not at all about announcing the reception of asylum seekers. 
Dr. Khālid Muntaṣir, Egyptian physician and columnist, dedicates his article this week to Dr. Muḥammad Abū al-Ghār, who has been honored by the British Royal Society for his work in the field of gynecology and woman health: Every day he taught us a new lesson. he is a professor in every sense of...
Physicians and opticians of the al-Menya Medicine College sent me a message denouncing an article published by a colleague of them in the medical periodical Tabībak al-Khās (Your Special Doctor) under the title al-Qatra al-Qur'ānīyah or the Qur'ānic Drop that, they said, clashes with the simplest...
Several divorce-seeking Christian friends have phoned me to express their misery and flawed conjugal life.
Coptic Orthodox Bishop Bīsantī of Helwan and al-Ma'sarah decided to suspend Archpriest Būlis 'Uwaydah of al-Zahrā' Church pending investigations into his actions of taking his clothes off in anger when he was instructed by the Grand Hyatt Hotel security staff to enter a metal detector more than...
Khālid Muntasir praised a statement made by Dr. 'Abd al-Mu'tī Bayūmī, a member of the Azhar's Islamic Research Academy, in his response to salafists. Shaykh Abū Ishaq al-Huwaynī, a salafī preacher, lamented Muslims' "slackness" to launch ghazwahs (invasions) one year after another, adding "if this...
In Husayn 'Abd al-Rāziq's article in al-Ahāli, page 11, April 4, 2011, he writes that every now and then a controversy on the second article in the constitution is triggered.
Khālid Muntasir writes an opinion article commenting on the last incident in Qena. He recurrs to three other incidents which happened in Arab countries where no actions were taken against.
Khālid Muntasir writes about the alleged discovery that camel urine can be used to treat cancer. In a mocking tone, Muntasir points out that many Arabs experienced a sense of achievement at such a discovery. Muntasir alleges that some of this excitement is rooted in the fact that a Hadīth mentions...

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