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AWR’s Development Plan for 2007-2009. Articles about freedom of expression. Some issues of Western newspapers banned in Egypt following accusations they published articles against Islam.
Hishām Qāsim, member of the board of advisors for the Arab-West Report and one of the founding members of the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU), was chosen for the post of counselor for the World Association of Newspapers (WAN).
AWR cooperates with interns, institutions and diplomatic missions.
Articles about the self-appointed Archbishop Maximus. An iftar held by Dr. Hamdi Zaqzouq inviting H.H. Pope Shenouda and five other bishops. Continuing discussions about the request for NGO status for CAWU.
Introducing website and search program linked to RNSAW’s database. Media attention for RNSAW work.
The Centre introduces Rev. Dr. John Watson, a long time RNSAW/AWR board member, as a close companion of Bishop Kenneth Cragg, an eminent Arabist and one of the greatest Christian scholars of Islam in the world in his search for truth and dialogue. Only one sentence has ultimate significance for...
Meeting with an Egyptian official to discuss the application for NGO status.
Arab-West Report decided to work on a more systematic basis with Coptic human rights activist Rā’id al-Sharqāwi. Rā’id has in the past been involved in several investigative reports for AWR about sensitive issues after Western media had reported about incidents in Egypt. AWR believes its media...
Changes in the selection criteria for AWR.
Introduction of the new AWR format and the first phase of the website www.cawu.org.


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