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This paper discusses the rights and freedoms granted by the current Egyptian constitution as regards to the scope of freedom, the limitations imposed by legal and practical restrictions, and the extent to which this freedom conforms to the international conventions officially upheld by Egypt
Difficulty to obtain written and well argumented responses in Egypt to biased texts published in the West.
Muhammad Abdel-Qodos is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. He had once interviewed Watani´s Editor-in-Chief for the weekly Afaq Arabiya (Arab Horizons) on Watani, its mission, focus, and stance regarding national issues. The aim of the interview is to confirm the unity between all Egyptians.
A symposium on "the secularization of the state," organized under the aegis of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, has turned into a Coptic-Muslim Brotherhood debate on canceling the second article of the Egyptian constitution, which makes Islam the state religion, and Islamic sharī‘a the...
Deputy Chairman of the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights, Dr. Ahmad Kamāl Abu al-Majd, met yesterday with a delegation from the Spanish Senate
Uncommon in Egyptian press, al-Dustour publishes excerpts of the Human Rights Watch report on Egypt, 2005, revealing many problems in Egypt.
The author records the comments of Coptic lawyer Mamdouh Nakhla, who opposed the president maintaining his authority relating to church-building decisions.
In the wake of sectarian attacks in al-‘Udaysāt, Luxor, Youssuf Sidhom criticizes the behavior of the security apparatus.
He supports the freedom of religion as an assertion to Allāh’s instructions: a man needs not register his conviction, adding that this principle represented the spirit of Islam.
The full text of Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyoumī’s response to the 30 questions Drs. Cornelis Hulsman sent him concerning the second article of the Egyptian constitution.


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