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In her research on the second article of the Egyptian constitution, researcher Yustina Saleh argues that this article contradicts other articles guaranteeing equal opportunities and rights to all Egyptians.
The head of the Coptic church has made public statements about the political representation quota system, which Copts have rejected, fearing an increase in sectarian tensions and arguing that the quota system runs counter to the principle of citizenship.
Since the state is comprised of a group of citizens affiliated to a certain geographical area, the author argues that Islam should not predominate the whole nation.
Last Wednesday, the Human Rights and Democracy Office, affiliated with the US Department of State released the International Religious Freedom Report of 2004. The report includes 13 pages about Egypt. We are publishing [an Arabic translation of] the text of the report.
In Egypt, the Orthodox Copts used to obey law 462 passed in 1955, which is concerned with the personal status of non-Muslims and includes some reasons for divorce from item 50 till item 58. Nabil Luqa Bebawi states that the second article of the Egyptian Constitution stipulates that the Islamic...
The U.S. State Department, together with the C.I.A., has finished the 2005-2006 report on the U.S. policy towards the Middle East. According to the report, the U.S. government will demand that Egypt remove all the barriers hindering the role of civil organizations.
As reported in the last issue of the RNSAW, 'Amīr S. Ibrāhīm, son of Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, expressed his readiness to respond to all questions related to allegations in the Egyptian press. Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm made a statement before the State Security Prosecutors and 'Amīr thinks this...
The author argues that the non-implementation of the recommendations of the report by a special committee convened to look into the communal violence in Al-Khanka in 1972, the Al-Oteify report, led indirectly to the recent communal violence in Al-Kosheh, because the underlying issues were not...
The absence of the People’s Assembly from the scene of events in the latest Al-Kosheh incidents was conspicuous as if the Assembly did not exist or made itself to be so. We have not seen one single representative forwarding an inquiry or filing a notification request or posing an expedient question...
The difficult kind of trading with Copts is the insistence of some clergymen to perform the role of the political representative of Copts. That was clear in an interview with Bishop Wissa in Al-Ahram, Saturday, February 2, in which he insists that he is responsible for his Coptic children, which...

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