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In an opinion article published by Al-Yawm al-Sābi‘, on the occasion of the 34th anniversary of the liberation of Sinai, Columnist Saḥar ʿAbd al-Raḥmān praised the speech of President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī, which she said stressed the significance of national unity between the Muslims and the...
When I left my hometown, Menouf in 2007, I had a big plan. My plan included my budget, possible places for accommodation, and a list of people who might help me find a job. As my plan went wrong in so many unimaginable ways I considered alternative plans for each part of my life. In doing so I...
The article is a continuation of a series of articles detailing the history of the Bedouin in Egypt, and the influence that they have exerted on Egyptian culture.
The article focuses on the role played by Copts in Egyptian politics and asserts that their role must be increased.
Freedom of expression means to respect others’ freedoms and opinions. It is important to maintain peace and stability when expressing a view point or examining religious issues.
The author asserts that Egypt has the ability to face any troubles since the country has a deep-rooted strength supported by a wise leadership.
Martin Accad argues that there are many misunderstandings about certain realities in the Middle East, the first of which has to do with the use of the term "terrorist." He also discusses apocalyptic forms of Islam and Christianity, and how people can help the situation.
The spokesman and general coordinator of the Egyptian Movement for Change, Kifāya, George Ishāq, has been interrogated by leaders of the movement about his participation in a dubious U.S. conference, held last month in Istanbul, Turkey and attended by a large number of Israeli academics.
Ashley Makar discusses the paranoia surrounding the issue of conversion, the Alexandria incidents and the words of hatred spouted by both some Muslims and Christians, calling for dialogue and openness.
The author wonders whether Egyptians are experiencing a stage of creative chaos, coinciding with the visit of US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Cairo last year. She wonders whether the people nurturing this chaos realize that the price of this chaos would be paid by everyone.
The article summarizes the opinions of a number of experts concerning the way of fighting extremism and other destructive thoughts in society.
The author emphasizes that Egypt is witnessing a wave of terrorism, listing a number of fields, where the state could make efforts to deal with this serious problem.
The author asserts that Copts are part of Egyptian society, listing a number of elements that support his opinion.
Talāl al-Ansārī, the second defendant in the so-called al-Fanīya al- ‘Askarīya [Armed Forces Technical College] case of the 1974 abortive coup, continues publishing his diary in episodes in Rose al-Yousuf magazine.
The author argues that the Lawyers’ Syndicate in Egypt, who have staged an imaginary trial of Arial Sharon, George Bush and Tony Blair, should spend more time on the political and economic development of Arab communities.
Lawyer of the Gama’a Al-Islamiya, Montasser Al-Zayyat, called on Arab and Islamic societies to reconsider their cultural and media policies. He requested that the government establishes a serious dialogue with the Islamic movements.
Is Arabic society sick? Yes it is. Admitting this is not a sign of defeat or pessimism. It is self-condemnation. We need to take a deep look into the illness to find the cure.
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.
The text of a lecture on human rights and civil society in Egypt, including a discussion on numbers of exaggerated stories in the West, rumors and civil society.
The author states that three Christian families have become the targets of international organizations and expatriate Coptic groups that propagate lies about persecution of Copts in their own country.


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