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This article gives an overall view, based on different newspapers, of the case of the Ibn Khaldūn Center. Al-Ahrām wrote about the investigations of those who are involved with Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm. The press review ends with the comment of al-Ahālī and al-' 'Usbūʿ on the Americans' interference...
This article exposes the reasons for arresting Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Professor of sociology in the American University in Cairo and director of the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Developmental Studies, and the full details of his project. Some of the charges of which he was accused are implication in...
According to article no. 4 of law 84 for 2002, the Ibn Khaldūn Center and the “American and the Democratic Institutes” are considered to be legally dissolved.
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman presented this text at the recent roundtable discussions of the European Institute of the Mediterranean, which were held on “Journalism and freedom of expression in the Mediterranean; responsibilities and limits.”
The author discusses the article of Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, published in the Washington Post, in which he urged the American administration to have dialogue with Islamist groups in the Middle East, like Palestine’s Hamās, Lebanon’s Hizb Allāh and Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood.
Discussions are being held to legalize the status of N.G.Os and civil society organizations working in Egypt.
Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm began a thorough investigation into all employees after information about the investigation conducted with him by U.S. bodies was leaked to the press.
Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm was investigated because of his defence of the Muslim Brotherhood and for the series of articles he wrote for an Egyptian daily titled "The Ugly American."
The author reviews the recommendations of the 4th expatriate Copts conference held in the state of New Jersey, which included demands to amend the second article of the constitution asserting that Islam is the State’s official religion, and an official apology for the regime’s crimes against the...
Fourteen centuries ago, the author argues that Islam began promoting mutual respect and peaceful coexistence among human beings.


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