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Many Nubians still speak their language that dates back to ancient times and handed down historically through the generations.
Watani interviewed Muhammad Zarie a human rights activist who is the head of the Arab Penal Reform organization.
Dr. Ahmad Sokarno writes about the Nubian issue and the campaign organized by Rose al-Yūsuf.
The article discusses the author’s view of how Egypt will change over the coming years, and how these changes will affect the minorities in the political and social spheres.
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 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.
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 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...
A distinction has to be made between "a numerical minority" and "a minority in the political, social and economic sense of the word". Notwithstanding, the fact that Christians are small in number does not make inroads at all into being treated on a par with all other Egyptians in terms of politics...
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