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In an attempt to restore the Amr Ibn Al-As Mosque to its original state, the Culture Ministry signed a restoration contract this week with the public sector Nile Valley Company. The scheme will correct serious architectural flaws made in earlier restoration programmes as well as when the mosque was...
The author describes a visit to pharaonic, Christian and Islamic sites in the governorates of Assiut and Sohag.
Egyptian Culture Minister Farouk Hosni managed, to a large extent, on Sunday [May 23, 199], to win the support of Shura Council members for some of his decisions, especially the relocation of the Museum of Islamic Arts to the Citadel area and the organization of an international celebration to...
"Its a conspiracy against our cultural heritage"; "a hidden agenda that aims at eradicating our identity"; "it is the destruction of the history of the Islamic nation" - the "it" being a reference to a controversial decision taken by minister of culture, Farouk Hosni, to disperse the permanent...
A look at the Islamic Museum and the possible changes in venue for the treasures it houses.
A summary of a recent interview of Dr. Abdel Sabour Shahin by ’Ataa Abdel ’Aal
The opening of the renovated mosque and madrassa (school) of Abdel-Ghani El-Fakhri and Youssef Agha El-Hin Mosque is a milestone the efforts to preserve and protect the Islamic heritage.
Egypt’s oldest mosque suffers from faulty restoration in the past and rising ground water and urgently needs restoration.
The author discusses the letters the prophet has sent to the rulers of Bahrain, Ethiopia, Persia and Egypt.
All Egyptians enjoyed freedom, equality and justice under the rule of the Muslims. The whole Egyptian people, Muslim and Christian, became an inseparable part of the Islamic civilization and culture.


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