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An anonymous source from the Azhar stated that a committee will be formed within days to amend the Azhar Law 103/1961 that contradicts the constitution.
The Beirut Arab University launched the Second Egyptian-Lebanese Cultural Forum entitled "Culture in the Arab World from Disintegration to Reconstruction" in cooperation with al-Ahrām Foundation and the Egyptian Lebanese Businessmen Friendship Association. The three-day forum launched last...
In coordination with the Institute of Research and Higher Studies of Granada, the Foundation of Believers without Borders for Studies and Research (Muʾminūn bilā Ḥudūd lil Abḥāth wa al-Dirāsāt) initiated a two-day conference, December 15 and 16, entitled “Islam and Political Islam in Europe:...
While a group of experts in Islamist movements believe that Salafi in Egypt are a significant force in any electoral battle, given their number of 7 million out of about 54 million eligible voters, others doubt the ability of the ultra-conservative Islamists, or any other political blocs, to...
The newly appointed director of the library, Dr. Muṣṭafa al-Fiqī organized an Open-Day meeting to convene for two days with a number of Egypt’s intellectuals, academics, political elite, media professionals, civil society leaders and clergymen to listen to their views, critics, and suggestions on...
ENAWU partner CESMO asked for an Egyptian student to participate in their workshop “We are all in the same boat.” It was only natural for us to ask our Egyptian intern Marianne Mahrūs to go to Lebanon. Here Marianne reports on her experiences at the workshop in Lebanon.
A German foundation finances a conference aimed at convincing Muslim scholars to prohibit female circumcision.
Turkī ‘Alī al-Rabī‘ū sheds light on the Egyptian contribution to the study of Islamic movements around the world, particularly the studies published by Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS).
This article describes the increasing enmity against Islam and ways to stand against it.
The three-page article deals with a conference on the problems faced by Egyptian youths, such as unemployment, poor economic conditions, low income and their involvement in unacceptable conduct, like ‘Urfī marriages, drugs, cyber-chatting or pornography.

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