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The article summarizes the opinions of a number of experts concerning the way of fighting extremism and other destructive thoughts in society.
The author defines terrorism and determines its origins, in addition to discussing the history of the political assassinations that started on the Egyptian political scene in the 20th century.
The third meeting of the Council for Human Rights and civil society organizations has called for the establishment of a Ministry of Human Rights and for changes in Egyptian society to prevent sectarianism and discrimination.
The author argues that that managing extremism is a practical and achievable goal today, while the eradication of extremism is an unachievable target.
The author discusses the recent Sinai terrorist bombings, recommending that Sinai’s Bedouins, who seem likely to be involved in the attacks, live in circumstances that are a fertile ground for the breeding of terrorism.
There are many factors that have contributed to the escalation of violence among youths, including the education system, which depends on memorizing school subjects rather than understanding or discussing them, as well as unemployment, the housing crisis and overpopulation problems.
Jād Allāh points out the spread of two opposite inclinations that are influencing Egyptian society; the tendency to religious fanaticism and the tendency to immorality. He believes that these inclinations are due to a number of economical, social and psychological problems in the structure of...
The article speaks of a landmark bill in Turkey giving its citizens the freedom to register whatever they want in the religion section of their identity cards.
Egyptians are distinctively characterized by social and cultural pluralism as well as tolerance. The Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, has carried out a detailed study prepared by three sociologists; Dr. Ashraf ‘Abd al-Wahhāb, Dr. Hasan Hanafī and Dr. Muhammad al-Jawharī.
Today Turkey is attempting to join the European Union and become the link between the Christian West and the Muslim East, but without wars or armies this time. Will the Europeans give a chance for the two cultures to be joined?


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