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A few days ago, Islamic thinker Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah was summoned by Judge ‘Abd al-Majīd Maḥmūd, the public prosecutor, to answer accusations brought against him by Lawyer Najīb Jibrā’īl, the head of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organization [EUHRO, see: http://www.euhroeg.com/], and Father...
Muslims and Christians are brothers in citizenship. He calls on Copts to wake up and discard passiveness to lead an active and instructive role for the good of Egypt together with their Muslim brothers.
While all Egyptians seem to agree on the importance of applying principles of citizenship and equality, and while everyone is calling for a more active role in political situations and the less political nature of religious institutions, many still argue about amending article two of the...
The author criticizes the Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt for issuing a decree that prevents Copts from buying shares in the bank on the Egyptian stock exchange.
The declaration to establish the Muslim Brotherhood party has triggered a big reaction in the media. Some consider the move to be a political maneuver, due to the dilemma the Brotherhood passed through after students connected to it held a parade at the Azhar University. Others saw it as a step...
Muḥammad al-Badrī claimed that Faysal Islamic Bank recently prevented Copts from holding any of its shares, which he described as an unprecedented incident that revealed blatant discrimination between Muslim and Christian Egyptian citizens. al-Badrī said that most acts of religious discrimination...
Majdī Khalīl discusses some of the principles which he says govern the political representation of minorities, as enshrined in international covenants, and proposes several mechanisms in this regard.
Yūsuf Sidhum discusses the proposed Constitutional amendments, and the positive features they may bring about to Egypt.
The issue of the second article’s amendment is beyond Copts, and requires the cooperation of all enlightened trends in order to make the laymen understand the definition of the civil state guided by the experiences of major countries which began the renaissance by returning the religious...
Talking about censorship and freedom of thought, the writer argues that Islām is the religion of freedom as it calls for it before secular communities. It is manifested as the Muslims in the past did not know any inspection courts of nowadays.

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