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Salafīs have refused to implement the decision of the Ministry of Endowments which prohibits preaching of those who are not imāms.
In his column entitled “Press Freedom And A Legislative Reform”, lawyer ,Bahā' Abu Shaqqa writes that the legislative system requires a reform that guarantees the freedom of press endorsed in Egypt's constitutional rights, in which all Egyptians, whether natural or legal persons, whether they are...
No sooner did the authorities issue a decision to reopen a number of churches which had been closed by the former security apparatus than a crisis erupted—one in a long line of attempts to hijack the 25 January Revolution by forces opposed to democracy, freedom, and citizenship rights. Among the...
The Azhar women students were obliged to remove their niqāb inside exams halls. Men were duly not allowed in the halls regardless of their positions.
‘Umar ‘Alam al-Dīn writes about preventing hijāb-wearing women from entering beaches in Egypt.
The article mentions books that have been banned or approved by the Islamic Research Academy.
Fahmī Huwaydī criticizes a document that has been issued by Arab information ministers concerning TV satellite channels, believing that it will censor freedom of expression.
15 Egyptian independent newspapers refused to publish their publications on October 7, 2007. Other newspapers criticized the gesture and its motivations, choosing instead to express themselves “positively.” Freedom of the press is a pivotal issue in Egyptian media nowadays.
The conference on "The freedom of expression of public opinion" started yesterday in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Participants in the conference will discuss a number of research papers about the freedom of expression, publishing rights, and censorship on public opinion and future challenges facing...


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