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A headmaster persecutes a veiled teacher for her tight clothes.
Muslim symbols have become elements of a consumer society that abuses religion and its symbols in daily life. The recited Qur’ānic verses pierce every facet of people’s lives in a way that has sucked out their true meanings; the Qur’ān is used as a mobile ring tone and is randomly broadcast in...
Yūsuf Sidhom berates the continuing examples of extremism that exist in Egypt and details the story of a Bahā’ī student who has been prevented from sitting her Islamic religion exam.
The author considers Pope Shenouda’s refusal to apply the Supreme Administrative Court ruling that allows officially divorced Christians to marry again a violation of the Constitution and calls on the pope to apologize. Moreover, he highlights a Christian school’s refusal to allow veiled students...
The author thinks that since women tend to wear fashionable clothes while wearing the hijāb, the feminine beauty of women has overcome the suppression of the hijāb.
The article presents an interview with student Nashwá Jamāl who has been prevented from entering her Catholic school because she insists on wearing the hijāb.
A number of articles in this issue discuss the increase in Christian emigration rom the Arab world. Further articles discuss the contentious issue of the hijāb and niqāb in the schools and workplace.
Iqbāl Barakah criticizes the 1997 ban on the hijāb in Turkish universities, showing that it also violated rights of sectarianism.
The article talks about the current contest between Islamists and secularists of Turkey over a recent constitutional amendment that has aimed at the removal of the ban on wearing the hijāb in universities.
The article compares how Muslims are dealt with in the West, and how Islam obliges Muslims to treat non-Muslims living in Islamic countries kindly.


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