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The article provides an overview of the quota assigned to women in Egypt’s People’s Assembly, and a brief history of women’s participation in the political scene in the country.
The article argues that before the 1952 Revolution Copts were treated as full Egyptian citizens with citizenship rights however since then pluralism has faded away and Copts are now isolated.
The author refutes claims of some Copts that late President Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāṣir had discriminated against Copts through his nationalization movement.
The author discusses a television program entitled, ‘King Farouk – Egypt’s last king,’ and the image of the monarchy as being inductive to driving Egypt toward development and pluralism.
The article discusses the author’s view of how Egypt will change over the coming years, and how these changes will affect the minorities in the political and social spheres.
The author reviews a novel authored by Assil Bassili entitled, ‘Irini Passi.’
Let’s quickly look at some quotations from the writings of Sayyed Qutb. In his book “Al-Islam wa Mushkelat Al-Hadara” [Islam and the dilemmas of civilization], Qutb wrote “A thousand books about Islam, a thousand sermons in mosques and a thousand films about Islam are not enough. Creating a small...
A review of the book, ’Out of Place: A Memoir.’ The memoir outlines the lives of Edward W. Said and his sister, Rosemarie Said Zahlan.
After a long-standing ban, stretching almost half a century, the controversial ’Awlād Hāritnā’ by Najīb Mahf?z has been published in Egypt.
Muhammad Salmāwī cites his conversation with Najīb Mahf?z regarding the publication of his novel ’ Awlād Hāratinā.’


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