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Al-Gomhuria has been told that Kamilia Shehata is staying at a home for migrant women in Cairo. The source tells Al-Gomhuria that Kamilia lives in isolation with consecrated women to help her recover from the tensions caused throughout the past few weeks. Further details will be published next...
Maria Graversen attended a seminar at AUC about female domestic workers in Egypt and reports on what she learnt.
Secretary General of the Middle East Council of Churches, Girgis Ibrāhīm Sālih, stressed the need to recall the sixtieth anniversary of the plight of the Palestinian people and seek to return these usurped people to their home at the meeting of the Department of Service to Palestinian Refugees.
Transcript of a speech presented by William Dalrymple at the American University in Cairo, highlighting his experiences traveling to Christian Holy sites throughout the Middle East, as well as his personal interpretation of political Islām. He includes references to both historical and present day...
The New York Times reported that Iraqi Christians are escaping the increasing violence in Iraq. A clergyman was kidnapped and killed in response to the pope’s declarations against Islam.
The author discusses the plight of Christians in Iraq.
The author reports on an email he received claiming that Sudanese refugees are subject to violent attacks from the Egyptian police.
Human Rights Watch reported that there is an Egyptian official security campaign to crackdown on legitimate refugees who carry identification cards issued by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Egyptian authorities denied that and defended its record in human rights and tolerance...
Overview of the conditions of Sudanese refugees in Egypt. They endure poor living conditions and too often suffer ill treatment at the hands of authorities and local people.
Sudanese and other African asylum seekers are suddenly detained in large numbers creating great fear in their community in Cairo. This policy is probably related to Egyptian economical difficulties and ordinary Egyptians seeing Sudanese as competitors on an increasingly tight labor market.

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