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Political and social theorist Sir Isaiah Berlin famously compared nationalism to a ‘bent twig’, ‘forced down so severely that when released, it lashed back wit
ʿAbd al-Ḥakīm ʿAbd al-Nāṣir said that the deceased leader achieved freedom and social justice and ensured education and health for all citizens without distinction. The revolution he led is "purely humanitarian" as he expressed.
The Egyptian Cabinet approved a draft resolution submitted by the presidency on what concerns the memorandum of understanding with the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development.
Jamāl al-Bannā is a household name in Egypt, where he is famous both in his own right, as a prominent and sometimes controversial Muslim intellectual and writer, and because of his brother Hass
John R. Bradley, a British author and journalist best known for his 2008 book Inside Egypt: the Land of the Pharaohs on the Brink of a Revolution, identifies the Egyptian revolution of 1952 as “a failed revolution” that ended Egypt’s belle époque of the 1930s and 1940s’ cultural heyday. The author...
Muḥammad al-Badrī criticizes Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah’s position. He believes that as a scholar in the Azhar, Dr. cImārah should not adopt such destructive ideas that seem to oppose the notion of citizenship.
The author publishes a document written in the form of a message from Hasan al -Bannā, the founder and murshid of the Muslim Brotherhood, in which he called for pan-Arab economic, political and military cooperation and for reaching a fair and durable solution to the Palestinian issue.
In an interview with al-Dustour, Egyptian preacher, ‘Amr Khālid, unveils an initiative to instill moral values and ethics into young people in the Arab and Muslim worlds.
A critique of the controversial work of researcher Yustina Saleh on the 2nd article of the Egyptian constitution, which states that sharī‘a is the main source of law.
Today we are going to continue our discussion about the religious minorities, especially the Orthodox Copts. The Orthodox Copts were used for a kind of imperialistic penetration. They were considered by any occupation as a minority which had to be protected form the hands of the Muslims. As we...

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