Displaying 1 - 10 of 31.
A seminar titled "Draft Law on Public Fatwā: A New Regulatory Mechanism of Iftāʾ in Egypt?" organized by the Law and Society Research Unit (LSRU) at the university will be held at the American University at Tahrir Square.
An article from the Maadi Messenger discussing the significance of the famous geometrical tile styling known as "Cairo Tiling" with accompanied contextual commentary from Cornelis Hulsman.
The American University in Cairo organized a cultural evening on interfaith dialogue.
The U.S. plays an important role in the formation of Egyptian policy since the latter began receiving U.S. aid regardless of what the regime claims of its independence decision and sovereignty.
An assistant professor at the Faculty of Human Studies at the Azhar University obtained a court verdict against a decree of the American University in Cairo (AUC). The decree was issued following the events of September 11th, and prevented Niqāb-dressed women from entering the University.
Amongst the opponents of the Niqāb is Dr. ‘Abd al- Mu‘tī Bayyūmī, the former dean of the Azhar’s Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion and a member of the Islamic Research Academy, who described the dress as the result of lack of knowledge of religion.
The author of the article reports on a poll conducted by the AUC’s Adham Center for Electronic Journalism gauging Arab journalists’ views on current events.
The article deals with the Brotherhood’s influence inside the American University in Cairo (AUC), which was clear in the last Students Union elections in which a Christian candidate withdrew due to, as he stated, a mounting religious current on the campus.
A professor of American studies at the AUC says that the United States is using Islamists only to maintain its own interests and claims that the US wants a kind of Islam that goes along with American policies, particularly as far as Israel is concerned.
Based on two lawsuits filed against decisions made by the American University in Cairo and the judges clubs, Egyptian judges decided to re-examine two cases that sought to allow veiled women access to both places.


Subscribe to