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On June 29-30, the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Developmental Studies held a conference to discuss reform in Egypt and the region. The conference was attended by members of the American and the Israeli embassies as well as representatives of USAID. During the conference, participants expressed their...
If you asked any Egyptian intellectual, regardless of religious affiliation, whether Saad Eddin Ibrahim is entitled to advocate human rights, constitutional change and the implementation of an all-inclusive program of political reform, the answer would be “no.” This is because Saad Eddin Ibrahim...
The Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies held a conference about political reform in the Arab world in which the issues of democracy, political reform, changing the constitution and the freedom of creating political parties were discussed. The final statement proposed forming an...
The Ibn Khaldoun Center opened its doors for the thinker Gamal Al-Banna, the author of the book Mas’ouleyit fashal al-dawla al-Islamiya fil asr Al-hadith [The responsibility of the failure of the Islamic State in the modern era], whose banning was recommended by the Islamic Research Institute....
Last week’s conference held by the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies on "Islam and reform" has triggered a deep crisis between the Center and Grand Imam of the Azhar Sheikh Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi following his remarks hitting at the conference.
The article is a sarcastic criticism of the latest statement of Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim in which Dr. Ibrahim warned Arab masses that standing helpless before tyrant regimes will lead to military invasion of their countries.
Under the pretext of commemorating the twelfth anniversary of Farag Foda’s assassination at the hands of members of Islamic groups, members of the Egyptian Association for Enlightenment, headed by Saad Eddin Ibrahim, launched a fierce attack on the July Revolution and attacked religion [Islam]...
Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Chairman of Ibn Khaldoun Center, could have been the best contemporary sociologist known during the final quarter of the twentieth century, but it seems his talent and academic adeptness were functioning as keys for political fame.
The article reports about a decision by the US Senate to offer $1 million to the Ibn Khaldoun Center headed by Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim on an annual basis. Well-informed sources made it clear that the funds will not be cut from the annual aid given to Egypt, as has been reiterated already.
I conducted this interview with Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim almost two months ago, but it was not complete. The atmosphere was very tense because he considered the questions a sort of an insult to him. Dr. Ibrahim calls for freedom and democracy all the time, so how can he get angry at a question,...

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