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The first Arab conference for women’s health is to be held in Cairo to discuss the promotion of women’s health concerns with a view to meeting the 2030 sustainable development goals. The conference will run from 11th- 12th September 2019, and will be attended by the Arab Administrative Development...
Dr. Kamāl Jād Shārūbīm, Governor of Daqahliyya, met today with the representative of the United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA), Dr. Aleksandar Bodiroza. A meeting was convened to discuss cooperation between UNFPA and the Daqahliyya governorate on three main matters, namely: the unmet need for...
The number of women in Saudi Arabia is five million of whom 55 percent are university graduates. However, only 5.5 percent of them work. With the spread of the word ?change? in the Middle East, every Saudi woman now sees it as her right to get a better status at work, in participation in society...
[Khul‘‘ is wife?s request for divorce in return for the dowry and gifts she had received from him].
The author calls on international media and civil society to help in the promotion and protection of human rights in the Middle East.
The Supreme Constitutional Court decided to abolish the decree of the Minister of Interior which made it necessary for the husband to agree to his wife traveling abroad as a prerequisite to issue her a passport. In addition, it canceled the Presidential decree which entitled the Minister of...
Dr. Hāshim continues his series of articles about woman’s rights in Islām. The following article deals with the family and wife’s rights in the Qur’ān and Sunnah.
Muslim scholars as well as the public follow the teachings of al- Salaf whether right or wrong without thinking - even if they are inconsistent with their interests or contradict with the Qur’ān and the Sunna which led to a mental inertia and moral corruption.
The article praises the achievements of Egypt’s first lady, Mrs. Suzan Mubārak whose activities, says the author, are based on genuine faith, sound thought and a practical approach.
A recent Administrative Judicial Court ruling allowing Egyptian Bahā’īs to have their religion recognized on official documents and the issue of Bahā’ī marriage have been a subject of heated debate in the Egyptian press.

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