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‘Ādil Jundī writes his article from the perspective of a Muslim Egyptian, saying that he would work hard to purify his religious heritage by subjecting it to reason and research.
The phenomenon of Islamic schools is not new; the new thing is that these schools do not accept employing Christian teachers or enlisting Christian students. Last week an advertisement appeared in the last page of al-Ahram about a school called ?Al-Bashayir al-Islāmīyah.” The advertisement called...
‘Ādil Jindī sheds light on Egyptian statesmen’s ‘perplexing’ statements concerning the second article of the Egyptian Constitution, which designates the principles of the Islamic Sharī‘ah as the main source of legislation. The author discusses the impact of this article on the political situation...
An analysis of the impact of sectarian sedition on Arab policies.
Students from various levels of education express their thoughts and impression about their colleagues who have a different religion.
Four different opinions from Muslims and Christians, concerning the campaign launched by the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights to have religion data omitted from identity cards.
The author writes about the ongoing Islamization of Egypt. In this article he describes the historical Arabization of Egypt.
The author asserts that women, who are hiding their faces or hair, are actually hiding their natural identity, which was given to them by God.
The author deals with the hijab as a new identity for Muslims, instead of playing a social role, listing some factors that led to this change.
The Islamic singing business and its gains that reached twelve million Egyptian pounds. Islamic sources asserted that Islamic singing began thirty years ago and it was allowed according to certain conditions.


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