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“The census of Copts has stopped since 1986, which was then 5.7 million. Since then, no accurate census has been conducted because the United Nations (UN) instructed that the question about religion in censuses should be optional in a bid to eliminate discrimination on the basis of religion,”...
Dr. Fatmah Sayīd Ahmad began the interview with Major General Abū Bakr al-Jindī, President of the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), by asking that all the statistics that were prohibited former regime, related to the census of Christians and Nubians in Egypt, be made...
The following lines shed light on presence of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States of America.
In the article, the author releases interviews with four Coptic figures who previously joined Islamic parties.
Dr. Fātimah Sayyid Ahmad reports on her personal experience with followers of the Burhānīyah Sūfī order who invited her to spend a day trip to Disūq to discover the reality of their belief. However, she was stunned by the kind of Islamic teachings they present, believing that this deviated group...
The author talks about al-Burhāniyyah, a Ṣūfī method which has been legally banned at Egypt, but there is an attempt to return it back through distributing a Masbahah and a paper containing incorrect names for Prophet Muhammad.
Dr. Fāṭimah Sayyid Ahmad considers the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in politics, where this role originated, and how the Brotherhood justifies their calls to establish an Islamic state.
The article is about Hasan Nasr Allāh and Hizb Allāh’s foundation. The author assesses Iranian influence upon the Hizb Allāh.
Rose al-Yousuf devotes a file to the increasing phenomenon of the hijāb in Egypt.
The author wonders whether Egyptians are experiencing a stage of creative chaos, coinciding with the visit of US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Cairo last year. She wonders whether the people nurturing this chaos realize that the price of this chaos would be paid by everyone.


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