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The U.N. High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) said it had obtained religious rulings from top Muslim clerics that permit the Commission to collect zakāt (Islamic 'alms') and use it for relief work for refugees, upon certain conditions the Commission is to fulfill, the American CNN reported two days...
`Amrū Ramadān, Egyptian ambassador to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), denied what various Egyptian websites depicted on Egypt's alleged boycott the anti-gay violence mandate during the United Council session held last week.
The author writes about high-level talks between Egypt and Sudan following the deadly catastrophe in Cairo in which 27 were killed.
Egyptian authorities have detained hundreds of Sudanese refugees in several camps in preparation to deport those who have no UNHCR registry documents. About three million Sudanese are living in Egypt; most of them are crushed by abject poverty, including 50 million refugees and asylum seekers, with...
A critique of the Egyptian government’s handling of the Sudanese refugees protesting in Cairo.
In a recent television program "Editor-in-Chief" the talk was about equality of citizenship for all Egyptians and how to avoid discrimination between Muslims and Copts especially the issue of categorizing religion on identity cards which prevents people from gaining employment. The guests were...
The article describes Christian and Muslim missionary activities in the Kosovar refugee camps in Bosnia.
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