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Ahmad Kamāl 'Abū al-Majd says that the unified law for building places of worship must be passed. He also supports a law to combat discrimination based on origin, gender, or religion. 'Abū al-Majd alleges that the only one who has an interest in creating division in Egypt is the one who want to get...
Thousands of Egyptian Muslims and Christians joined together in Cairo to protest and condemn the attack against the Two Saints Church, Saint Mark and Pope Peter on New Year's Day. They also called for national unity and solidarity. Similar protests also took place in other Egyptian cities....
Dr. ‘Abd Allāh al-Ash‘al is a controversial figure who stepped down from his former position as Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2003. In an interview with al-Dustūr, al-Ash‘al talks about several issues, such as Israel’s former president’s claims about his country’s plans to infiltrate...
Egyptian blogger Dalyā Ziyādah says she won the Anna Lindh Euro-Med Prize for writing an article in English criticizing the large number of women wearing niqāb and blaming it on the Azhar. The article says that the Anna Lindh foundation is considered suspicious for its relations with Zionism and...
This article details the Supreme Administrative Court’s final ruling to strip Egyptian men married to Israeli women, and their children, of Egyptian citizenship.
This article discusses the appropriateness of Egyptian knowledge concerning Israeli arts and culture. It is argued that it is important for Egypt to be a part of the global culture, and so have a vast understanding of the world around them. This includes Israel, although many in Egypt consider...
The article deals with decision of the Administrative Court refusal to allow Jehovah's Witnesses from practicing their rituals in Egypt.
The Head of the American Coptic National Assembly Maoris Sādiq ignites an instigation campaign against Egypt under the pretext of defending the rights of the Copts in Egypt.  
The article analyses the rocky relations between Egypt and Israel since the 1979 peace treaty. It reflects on the prospects for normalisation between the two states and states that as long as the Egyptian people are strongly sympathetic with the Palestinians then the likelihood of improved...
Five percent, is the percentage of the Palestinians’ land left for them. Al-Basyūnī reflects on Hālah Mustafá’s case referring to the contradiction between the peace treaty signed with Israel and the current refusal to deal with it.

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