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Many Nubians still speak their language that dates back to ancient times and handed down historically through the generations.
Today, Tuesday, Egypt’s Minister of State for Immigration and Expatriates Affairs, Nabīla Makram participated in the tripartite meeting held at the Cypriot presidential residence with Presidential Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs and Overseas Cypriots Photis Photiou, and Deputy Foreign...
The grand imām, Dr. Ahmad al- Tayyib, al- Azhar Shaykh, has met with the two tribes of Aswan (Banī Hilāl and al-Dabūdiyah) in the Azhar.
Background: The interviewee is an English lady working as a marketer for a project that aims to support Bedouin women in North Sinai, Egypt. The project is funded by a Dutch NGO, and is focused specifically on bringing women together for embroidery and weaving. The Bedouins traditionally live a...
Dr. Ahmad Sokarno writes about the Nubian issue and the campaign organized by Rose al-Yūsuf.
The Nubians express their loyalty to the Egyptian government and denounce the conference of minorities in the Middle East organized in Switzerland by Coptic expatriates.
The author continues his series of articles on Bedouinization. He questions to what extent it is accurate to say that the Bedoiuns had a great influence on culture in the Middle East, and considers dress code among other things.
The article explores the history of the Bedouin nomads, specifically the impact that their presence, settlements, traditions and lifestyle have had throughout the Middle East.
The article is a continuation of a series of articles detailing the history of the Bedouin in Egypt, and the influence that they have exerted on Egyptian culture.
The article gives a brief overview of the history of Armenians in Egypt, who have been living as minorities for hundreds of years. It also shows some aspects of their social life.
The author asserts that Egypt is becoming Bedouinised. In part 1 of his study on this subject, the author discusses Bedouin history and culture.
The Armenian press in Egypt now is an Egyptian press in Armenian language. It does not represent a sectarian division and gives priority to Egyptian news followed by Armenian news.
The Armenian community has had a long presence in Egypt which dates back to the early thirteenth century. In an attempt to escape the persecution of the Ottoman Empire, Armenians left their homes in Aleppo and Jerusalem and sought refuge in a number of countries including Egypt. Metropolitan...
The governor of Aswān, General Samīr Yousuf, gave al -Wafd newspaper a statement that made Nubians pretty angry.
Hāni Labīb sheds light on the issues of the Nubians and Bedouins. Both groups are Egyptian citizens despite the discrimination exercised against them.
A lot of social troubles face the Egyptian government.
Author Hānī Labīb argues that globalization, according to its Western version in general and the American version in particular, represents a serious threat to citizenship. He adds that national sovereignty is no longer absolute or immunized.
The first Armenian consulate in the Middle East was inaugurated in Egypt in 1996 with the aim of beefing up cultural and social cooperation and encouraging joint ventures in the field of transport, communications and tourism.
The Turkish ambassador to Cairo comments on the Armenian’s claims of being persecuted by the Ottaman Empire. He said while the Ottoman Empire was collapsing, the West wanted Turkey to wrongly admit it had persecuted Christian minorities. They also urged the Christian minorities to seek their...
The introduction of the Coptic researcher Hani Labib’s "Religious protection crisis.. Religion and the state in Egypt" is written by Prof. Mohammed Selim Al-Awa, an Islamic thinker. Labib believes that the most dangerous tool of globalization is religion. Religion is the most explosive and...


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