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For the fifth year respectively, The Egyptian ministry of endowments announced on Wednesday's evening the closure of a shrine attributed to Imam al-Ḥussāyn binʿAlī in conjunction with the celebrations of ʿashūrā’ which began yesterday. Egyptian security forces stepped up their presence in front of...
 A hearing was held in the U.S. Congress about state of rights of minorities in Morsi’s (Mursī) era. The session was entitled, “Violation of Human Rights in Egypt”.
President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī met with Mafḍal Sayf al-Dīn, the Sultan of the Indian Bohra community, on Thursday. The two sides emphasized the importance of dialogue among all nations and all various faiths and communities. The Sultan of Bohra announced his support for Egypt and donated 10...
Media presenter and columnist Ibrahīm `Īsa warned that the Arab countries will be ravaged by the raging conflict between Shī`a and Sunni Muslims. 
Muḥammad Reżā Pahlavi was born on October 26, 1919 in Tehran to Shah [King] Reżā Pahlavi and al-Mulūk, he became the King of Iran in 1941 after his father stepped down. During a state visit to West Berlin in 1968, demonstrations broke out denouncing the Shah's human rights violations and autocratic...
Fahmī Hūwaydī writes about the importance of understanding the differences between the Shī‘ah and the Sunnī doctrines before criticizing either of them.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s role in Egyptian political life continues to be discussed in Egyptian media after the file of their alleged military activities was referred to the State Security apparatus.
The article discusses the conference of ’The Minority in the Middle East’ headed by the Chief of the emigrated Copts, cĀdil Abādīr. The conference is mainly about minorities’ rights in the Middle East.
The Shī‘ah do not enjoy a good position in Egypt. Shiite Sāliḥ al-Wardānī says that there is no threat of the Iranians, but of the Arabic Shī‘ah. Wahhābīs attacks against Shī‘ah aim to defend the Sunnī school rather than Islām in general.
The author of the article blames the backwardness of Muslims on their inability to bridge up their differences. He says the Grand Imām’s appointment by the presidency results in religious institutions supporting the idea of obedience to the ruler.


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