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It would be difficult for any serious pundit to read al-Sa‘dāwī’s books outside her stature as a socio-political activist that played a vital role in breathing a fresh life into the stagnant issues of Arab women.
Al-Sa‘dāwī’s book banned by the Azhar Nawāl al-Sa‘dāwī does not separate between the words uttered by the characters in her new book al-Riwāya [The Novel] and the statements she gives to the press about demands for justice, in her own viewpoint, for women that the book seems like a social platform...
Shaykh Yousuf al-Badrī used to be a permanent figure in many news items, clutching to the sword of takfir [the act of accusing someone of unbelief] against intellectuals and bringing them to court. The controversial shaykh, however, had kept a low profile for some time, but recently rose from the...
Dr. Nasr Hāmid Abu Zayd speaks to Al-cArabī about some recent critical issues including his expectations for this year’s presidential elections.
In an interview with al-Maydān, the controversial Nawāl al-Sacdāwī reiterated some of her previously known views on polygamy, circumcision, as well as her plans to run for the Egyptian presidency.
Dr. Nasr Hamid Abu Zeid participated in the anti-racism conference Cairo Center for Human Rights held in Egypt. He talked about Islamophobia, Europe’s perception of Islam, globalization and Huntington’s theories about the clash between civilizations.
The author believes that this crisis was engineered as a way for outside bodies to become involved in Egypt’s internal affairs. He questions the aims behind publishing the article and the timing. He claims it was not an attack on Copts but on the whole of Egypt and national unity.
Cairo’s First Degree Personal Status Court will look, on June 18, at the lawsuit started by a lawyer against Dr. Nawal Al-Sa’adawi and her husband. The accusation is that she announced opinions against Islam.
Nawal Al-Sa’adawi sent a letter to Rose El-Youssef to defend herself against the apostasy charges directed at her. She said that when she talked about going on pilgrimage and kissing the black stone, she spoke out of Sufi philosophy, which her father adopted and which gives priority to the core of...
The conference of "The Right of Expression" witnessed great controversies among intellectuals and men of law concerning the ideas Salah Eissa, the Editor-in-chief of Al-Qahira Magazine, introduced. He introduced ideas pertaining to religious and national constant principles and some other opinions...

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