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The various channels of social media facilitated the promotion of many liberal ideas for women, which emerge from the framework of the stereotypical view, which is often based on the qualitative discrimination against it. In the midst of that scene, it was not strange to see such hostile...
Egypt’s parliamentarians stood up against the calls for equality of inheritance between men and women, stressing that there are plans aimed at changing the identity of Egyptian society, and these voices are only tools for those who plan on this scheme abroad.
Deutsche Funk Radio said that the Egyptian (Dār al-Iftā’) is playing an important role in the government’s initiative to combat high birth rates. The broadcaster pointed out that Egyptian authorities are particularly concerned about the phenomenon of early marriage, which results in an increase in...
In an interview with al-Dustūr, Priest Rifʿat Fikrī, head of the Evangelical Synod of the Nile, stated that the confusion of religion with politics and science is one of the main reasons that hinder the progress of the Egyptian state, and that no progress will ever be achieved as long as some...
When he wrote his book ‘Taḥrīr al-Mar'ah’ (1989), (The Liberation of Women), the Egyptian aristocratic judge and national activist, Qāsim Amīn did not know that 120 years later, his book would be a double-edged sword. Already at the time, he realized that instead of reforming the nation by opening...
The former French Minister of Family Nadine Monroe has stirred much controversy recently when she stated that its is the duty of French women to wear the bikini.
Fishing is not only a major profession performed by women in Kafr al-Shaykh, but also the only source of income they have to support their families.
A single paper with Father Bishoy’s words on it declaring a ban on women and girls from wearing trousers and make-up when going to church and attending communion has ignited fervent anger from Copts against the bishop.
In an effort to combat violence against women, and in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Egypt’s National Council for Women (NCW) launched a campaign called: ‘Your life is but a number of stations…Don’t let one [station] stop you from going on!’ In order to reach a larger...
The 13 nuns of Mar Taqlā monastery in addition to three ladies that used to work in the monastery in Ma’lūla, Syria have been released.

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