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The article discusses books which criticize both Islam and Christianity within the context of sectarian sedition in Egypt.
The Bar Association’s Freedoms Committee has called for a conference to discuss press freedom.
Mahmūd Faraj reports on the book, ‘Hal ughtīl al-nabbī Muhammad’ [Was the Prophet Muhammad assassinated].
Robeir al-Faris discusses the paradoxical situation in Egypt regarding books that promote a religious doctrine. He cites two books that have been published recently that contain blatant promotions of Islam at the expense of Christianity and believes that Christians must be granted the same rights.
A book entitled, ’Al-Hub wa-al-Jins fī-Hayāt al-Nabī’ [Love and Sex in the Prophet’s Life] has caused outrage after it was circulated at the Cairo International Book fair last month.
The author reflects on three different recent incidents that he believes should worry moderate Muslims and questions why international organizations have not spoken out against these events.
Nabīl ‘Abd al-Fattāḥ analyzes the recent crisis of the British schoolteacher who was arrested in Sudan on charges of insulting Prophet Muhammad. He says that Arabs and Islamic states need a realistic, intelligent way of understanding cultural diversity.
The Higher State Prosecution has decided to detain two Coptic members of the Middle East Christian Association [MECA] for 15 days in custody on charges of uploading a fake copy of the Qur’ān on their Web site.
The article presents an interview between Watani International and Dr. ‘Abd al-Mū‘tī Bayyūmī about the process that the Islamic Research Academy employs when choosing to approve or ban any literary works.
Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm is a “perambulatory exile.” The international press and political leadership support the cause of Ibrāhīm who is facing eight claims filed against him by influential members of the ruling National Democratic Party in Egypt. More details in the following lines.


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