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Researcher Islām Biḥayrī described discussions about reconciliation with the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood as “the crisis of all crises,” from which Egypt and the surrounding region would not recover again. In a long interview with al-Dustūr, Biḥayrī said: the Brotherhood got a proper chance to...
The Coptic woman's ambition never ends; she is tireless, and never gives up trying to get her rights, especially in facing the church’s legacy of dominance over women’s affairs.
Minister of Culture Ḥilmī al-Namnam expressed his happiness for attending the discussion of the book al-Ṭarīq ilā dāʿish [The Road to ISIS] in the Rose al-Yūsuf Foundation, one of the beacons of freedom [of expression].
Ḥilmī Namnam, Minister of Culture, emphasized the role of the Ministry in combating terrorism and radical ideologies through encouraging creativity and developing houses of culture in order to protect the youth from terrorism and extremism. He also stated that terrorism is a global,...
Eight years have passed since the Egyptian former Minister of Culture has lost the elections for the presidency of UNESCO. In the book “Secrets of the Battle of UNESCO” by journalist Fat'hiyya al-Dakhakhnī and an introduction written by the great writer Makram Mohammad Ahmad, was presented this...
Egypt's Minister of Culture, Hilmī Al-Nunem, on Wednesday evening, attended the church's celebration of the Holy Family flight into Egypt in the Church of the Abu Serga and Bachus in Old Cairo.
Egypt's Minister of Culture, Helmī al-Namnam, said, “There is no evidence for those who believe that humans are inherently aggressive, and violent. Nor is evidence for those who believe that humans are inherently generous and kind.”
Commenting on the statement disclosed by Egypt's Minister of Culture, Helmī al-Namnam, in which he accused Al-Azhar of spreading radical thought, Dr. Mohyī Al-Dīn `Afīfī, Secretary General Of The Islamic Council for Research, said that Al-Azhar does not spare an effort to promote moderate Islam by...
The Minister of Antiquities, Dr. Khālid  Al- ‘Anānī, pledged to contribute to the completion of the renovation work of  the ancient Qaitbay mosque in Fayyūm,  and to reopen it for the citizens after the residents participated in and contributed to the cost of the renovation. 
Egypt's Minister of Culture, Helmī al-Namnam said that the National Center for Translation, alongside the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, which is one of the most important cultural institutions in Egypt and in the Arab World, was established 20 years ago. He said that he was “pleased of the presence of a...
Egypt's Minister of Culture, Helmi al-Namnam, said that the what he called an "educational incursion" of Al-Azhar has lead to spread violence and terror in the country. 
This article explains that Egyptian intellectuals can not carry out their mission to free people’s minds from control due to fear of the state and of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The author inquires about Shaykh Ahmad al-Tayyib’s travels to Tehran and his reasons.
Egyptian Culture Minister Fārūq Husnī has been dismissed following his comments of disapproval about the hijāb and niqāb.
Akhbar al-Youm, received an angry comment from father Morcos Aziz regarding its article of last week [see RNSAW week 36, art.10] in which Amal Othman strongly criticized him. al-Arabi urged rapid intervention to prevent the collapse of an important monument. al-Qahira weekly published a...
The three weekly publications ran simultaneous interviews with the Sheikh of the Azhar, Mohammed Sayed Tantawi, who was angry about the accusation of being away during the strongest ever controversy in the Egyptian society, which was about the novel "A Banquet for seaweed."
Al-Gama’iya al- Tashri’aya [Society for the Application of the Sharī‘ah] condemned in a sharp worded statement the publishing of the novel "Banquet for the Seaweed". The article reviewed opinions of the Azhar scholars. After reviewing the scholars’ opinions, the writer turned to the accusation...
Egyptian President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak yesterday opened the Coptic Museum in Old Cairo, recently renovated at a cost of L.E. 30 million. The renovation was made through a $300 million from the Japanese government, the Egyptian minister of culture, Fārouq Husnī said.
The Egyptian parliament yesterday debated the movie, ‘The Da Vinci Code’ at the request of several Coptic members, who demanded a ban on both the movie and the book for being blasphemous to Jesus Christ. The Egyptian minister of culture, Dr. Fārouq Husnī, vowed to ban the movie and to pull the...
Wafā’ Sh‘ira reports on the efforts of the abbot of the Monastery of Saint Maqārius in Wadī al-Natroun to maintain a piece of church property that the government is seeking to acquire.

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