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  Māyā Mursī, president of the National Council for Women, said that the council called on the Orthodox, Evangelical and Catholic churches to nominate nuns and servants of the church from their part.
ʿAbd al-Ghanī Hindī, a member of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, described the criticism directed at the Ministry of Endowments over the ban on loud speakers in tarāwīḥ prayers during the coming month of Ramḍān as “pointless exaggeration."
Full title: During The Ministry of Endowment’s International Conference… A Coptic Thinker: There are Two Verses in the Qur’ān That Can Resolve All of the World’s Conflicts… and Mujah Ghālib: The Parliament Constitutes Society’s Safety Valve Given its Legislative and Regulatory Roles.    One Hundred...
    The Egyptian Minister of Endowments says that a new law regulating the building of churches is currently under study and will be drafted in the coming legislative period...      
Ashraf Madbūlī's article quotes Endowments Minister Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq, who says that the People's Assembly will debate a personal affairs law for Christians in the current parliamentary session. Zaqzūq also says that the government is "mulling a new law to regulate the building of mosques and...
Deputy-head of the National Council for Human Rights, Aḥmad Kamāl Abū al-Majd, allied with Minister of Endowments Ḥamdī Zaqzūq when he announced that mosques should not be a place for expressing political opinions or objecting to the ruling party’s policy.
This article discusses the formation of the Arab-West Report. It talks about why the organization was formed and gives some important examples from the history of the organization such as the visit by the former Dutch Prime Minister Andreas van Agt.
The founders of the Center for Arab-West Understanding are extremely glad with the February 18 ruling of the Egyptian Council of State that our center should be recognized as an NGO under Egyptian law. This ruling concludes a period of three years of struggle to obtain this status. CAWU is...
The article deals with the security interference in the selection of preachers for mosques, citing a letter signed by a police major general prohibiting Dr. Safwat Hijāzī from delivering sermons in mosques after he gave a fatwá allowing the killing of Israeli tourists.
The author argues that terrorism is a complicated phenomena which is difficult to eradicate since its motives and causes still exist.

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