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This article describes a conference held in Sharm al-Sheikh organized by the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services. The director of the CEOSS, Nabil Abadir, stated that the purpose of the conference was to discuss “the tragic cultural dilemma Egypt is living through, hoping to build...
This article discusses a conference held in Qalyubiya to discuss citizenship rights. Much of the conference was centered on the issue of Coptic rights in Egypt. Many prominent figures were also in attendance, and the author focuses on the comments made by the host, the Governor of Qalyubiya, Adly...
Summary: This article comments on the current political and social scene in Egypt. The author calls on both the government and the citizens to make a change concerning the religious and social issues rampant in the current culture. The article stresses that the country is at a crossroads, where...
Al-Wafd interviews Abū al-‘Illā Mādī, Secretary General of al-Wasat Party, asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Al-Wafd interviews Dr. ‘Alī al-Dīn Hilāl asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Al-Wafd interviews Bahyy al-Dīn Hasan, human rights activist, asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Khalīl highlights a valuable piece of research presented at the second conference of “Egyptians against Discrimination” , entitled the name ‘Education and Citizenship’.
The idea of enlightenment has the power to change a society and apply the dream of a civil society. In Egyptian society this would mean getting rid of both the Coptic and Islamic salafī way of thinking, which imposes fanaticism and rejects change, as well as getting rid of the religious state.
Al-Wafd interviews Muná Makram ‘Ubayd and discuss Muslim – Christian relations.
Robert al-Faris scans the Egyptian press for interesting articles. He comments on the alarming rise in sectarian violence which was tackled by Ibrāhim ‘Īsá in al-Dustūr. He also mentions an article in al-Misrī al-Yawm entitled ’Converting to Christianity ... a calm discussion of a sensitive topic’...

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