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Dr. Rushdī Yūsuf discusses the spread of Niqāb in Egyptian society, examining the consequences of the eye-catching phenomenon of Niqāb-clad nurses in governmental hospitals.
The author says that the inclusion of items related to religion in the Constitution is a useless and problematic issue as religion is a private individual right and unrelated to the community.
The article discusses the historical development of the Jewish presence in Palestine.
In the article, the author gives a historical overview of the political and social attitudes of the Arab Peninsula, which led to the establishment of the first Islamic state. He, at the same time, rejects the idea of political Islam and promoting an Islamic state.
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