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This interview  report reflects a brief discussion on August 5, 2018, between Libyan representatives (Mr. Abdulmajid Zuwama Alothmani [ʿAbd al-Majīd Zūwāmah alʿUthmānī], former Minister of Agriculture and current PDG of Libyan Petrol and Gas),  Mr Ahmed Shawki Mansour [Aḥmad Shawqī Manṣūr], the GM...
Pope Tawadros stated in the International Conference of Coptic Youth that Egypt shall be within a year or two one of the economically promising countries.
Dr. Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minsiter of Endowments has assigned Eng. Mursī al- Bahrāwī to conduct a survey for all mosques and ministerial headquarters and to formulate a idea concerning the best possibilities to utilize solar energy
Some economists have discussed the influence of religion on economics. They say that the weak economy of the Muslim countries is due to their religion. But the economist Marcos Noland of the International Institution for Economics in Washington says that Islam encourages development. Many people...
As regards democracy-citizenship, the writer argues that it is of the utmost importance to work on lessening the gaps between the classes as much as possible. He hopes that the forthcoming parliamentary election will offer a favorable opportunity to have all social strata represented in the People’...
Al-Ahrām has interviewed a number of Muslim scholars in an attempt to unearth some of the reasons for the underdevelopment of the Muslim world.
Lord Cromer, the British High Commissioner to Egypt during the British occupation of Egypt, wrote a book called “The Modern Egypt.” In this book he claimed that Islam is the reason behind the backwardness of Egypt and that the Orthodox Church is the least among the Christian denomination in...
Arab Radio and Television (ART) carried out an exciting interview with Ashraf Al Saad, who was involved in the famous case of "[untrustworthy] investment companies", which affected the Egyptian economy during the eighties and also revealed the chaotic state within this vital sector over the past...
Those who speak about the percentage of representation of Copts [in the parliament], open a door for others to speak about the persecution of Muslims, as they do not own the appropriate share of wealth in proportion to their population. Through the same framework, Muslims should be afraid of Coptic...
On the eve of the Laylat al-Qadr (the Night of the Holy Qur’an Revelation) President Mubarak urged "Muslims to deeply adopt the principles of tolerance and reject extremism and fanaticism.
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