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The process to elect the 118th Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church under acting patriarch Bishop Pachomius are worthy of respect and appreciation for the organizing and behaviors, setting good example and giving hope that Egyptians are capable of actively participating in a fine aspired democracy...
The draft constitution has to respect and protect Egypt’s political, cultural and religious pluralism and should not under any circumstances call for protecting only one culture or one faith.
Although meant to propagate good, interdependence, noble ethics and right manners, religions have become a reason for clashing. Misunderstanding of the true message of religions has brought everyone to explain each and every development or incident through religious standards.  
  Dr. Laylá Tiklā wrote an opinion piece in al-Ahrām calling for a supreme independent judiciary institution that can balance the branches of the government  and assures the proper function of each branch. She also stressed the importance of a constitution and its articles and how it regulates the...
When any member of the American Congress releases an inaccurate report on the Coptic institutions in Egypt it means one of two things: either that those who provided it do not take responsibility towards their citizens – whom they must protect and must not offend by producing reports that deliver a...
In a previous article, I dealt with the responsibility of the school curricula in instilling citizenship, belonging, giving, and patriotism. I emphasized that he who knows Egypt, its history, civilization, and what it has to offer to the world, without harming Egypt or its people and dignity. That...
Laylá points out that there are elections going on all over the world right now in different forms and that the general direction is towards progress, which could either mean changing a system that doesn’t work or sticking to one that does. She asks which one the Egyptian people want and claims...
Laylá Taklā calls for loving Egypt as a sign of citizenship.
Dr. Laylá Taklā writes about freedom of expression and positive demonstrations.
The author sheds light on some facts regarding Egyptians abroad in general and expatriate Copts in particular.

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