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Giza Governor ‘Alī ‘Abd al-Rahman on Wednesday released compensations to all persons harmed in the deplorable incidents after an ad hoc commission estimated the losses at LE500,000 (roughly $86,000) give to 52 families – 45 families and seven owners of stores.
The author discusses civil society in Egypt and the culture of violence that is replacing tolerant attitudes. The author considers the reasons behind this increasing trend.
The author calls for giving Egyptian women more educational opportunities so that they can reap the benefits of social, political and economic learning.
On January 19, 2004, the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) was established to protect all Egyptian citizens. Despite the efforts exerted to boost its activity, it needs more powers to make its task a success.
A brief overview of the Governorate of Sharqeyya and its people. It is the birth place of Ahmed ’Orabi1 and of many important notables of Egyptian society. Located at Egypt’s north-eastern frontier, it has been the only route for invading Egypt from the East since the days of the Hyksos. It has...
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