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The U.K. Minister for the Middle East Tobias Ellwood called on Egyptian authorities during his meeting with President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi Thursday to review the case of Aljazeera journalists and to take more steps for the political reform.
  When Khedive Isma`īl came to power in Egypt, he wanted to establish a modern, elegant and vibrant downtown for Cairo that would rival the urban down towns of Europe. After years of neglect, it seems that both private and government-led initiatives to revive Cairo’s downtown are finally making...
In a move that has sent shock waves throughout Egypt, the Coptic Orthodox Pope, Tawadros II, traveled to Jerusalem Thursday at the head of a distinguished delegation of bishops from the Coptic Church. The short flight from Cairo to Tel-Aviv can be measured in minutes; the psychological distance...
During a speech marking the anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad, Egypt's President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi again made historic remarks speaking to Islamic scholars about the need for religious freedom and acceptance of all religions.
On August 30, 2015, week 36, AWR published Part One of Kāmel `Abd al-Fatāh's “ Religion and Politics in Egypt”. AWR is happy to publish Part Two:  Egyptians were always remarkably rich in understanding of the Divine and His message to them. They understood the Divine Law operating in Nature all...
In his essay on Religion and Politics, Kāmel `Abd al-Fattāh writes: Egypt seems not to learn from its past experiences; every regime that ruled the country over decades now, repeat the same pattern of mingling religion with state affairs or religion with politics. Egyptian political regimes still...
Roadmap for religious reform Al-Azhar, which has resisted and persecuted those who have attempted to reform Islam since the end of the 19th century, is now being called upon by Egypt’s president to do what they have long suppressed:. reforming Islam. The response of the sheikhs of al-Azhar has been...
[Editor-in-chief Cornelis Hulsman: we received this analysis from a friend of Arab-West Report. It is an interesting analysis but I do not fully agree and made my remarks in the text below.
This article was originally posted on Christianity Today, May 29, 2012. Despite the best efforts of Christian and Muslim revolutionaries, the first free presidential election in Egypt's history has resulted in an all-too-familiar choice: old regime vs. Islamists. The nation's Supreme Presidential...
In recent weeks the Muslim Brotherhood has been engaged in public squabbles with the military council over formation of the government. According to most interpretations of the constitutional declaration which guides the transition in Egypt, the presidency – here the military council – has the...

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