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In this op-ed, Aḥmad al-Bahāʾī critiques the Monetary Authority’s policies in Egypt. 
Māyā Mursī, President of National Council for Women, delivered a speech on the sidelines of the 64th Session of the African Commission on Human Rights in Sharm al-Shaykh, stressing the remarkable progress achieved in the field of woman empowerment and gender equality, and defining this year as a...
The NGO International-Lawyers.Org condemned Egyptian authorities for forbidding one of its members from attending the forty-sixth session of the African Commission for Human and Peoples' Rights held in Sharm al-Shaykh between 24 April and 14 May.
Dr. Muḥammad Ozalp, CEO of BLOM Bank Egypt, and Dr. Māyā Mursī, head of the National Council for Women, signed a cooperation protocol to support rural women's economic empowerment projects in the extraction of essential oils from aromatic plants and the transformation of waste to organic fertilizer...
The Ministry of Manpower and Immigration continued the “Egypt with you is beautiful” initiative in Alexandria in cooperation with the Fund of financing, training and rehabilitation. The initiative is resumed by holding its second training program for 6 days, to train 45 young men of both sexes with...
In an interview with the Turkish newspaper Ahval in the capital Ankara, Lorenzo Vidino, director of the George Washington University Cyber and Internal Security Program on Extremism, said the ruling Islamists of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey are linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.   ...
The first hours of voting in the referendum to amend the Egyptian constitution, Saturday, witnessed a weak turnout of voters in most governorates.  Attempts to mobilize Copts and women in an effort to confront low voter turnout were evident with the start of Egyptians voting at home.  Voting will...
Dr. Māyā Mursī, head of the National Council for Women, called every Egyptian woman at home and abroad to participate strongly in the referendum on the constitutional amendments.  
ʿImād Ḥijāb, a human rights expert and human rights researcher, stressed the necessity to mobilize civil society, lawyers and law firms in the country to form a national lobby to classify the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group worldwide.  Additionally, efforts should be made to stop attempts...
The policies pursued by former US President Barack Obama from January 2009 to February 2013 have caused civil unrest in the Arab world, said “Mantho Vadom” [Mānthū Fādūm], a researcher on Islamic organizations at the Center for “United West” Studies.

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