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Christian denominations behind the controversy over the "personal status" law We do not want a slanderous or offensive media. We will raise a case to appeal on the investigation of the "Lady of the Vineyard" case Christian students are forced to memorize Qur'an and prophetic traditions I agree to...
Q: Do you want Copts to enter al-Azhar University?   Yes, as a form of reform. In fact, the President asked Shaykh al-Azhar to reform religious discourse and we trust in the ability of Shaykh al-Azhar to do so.
  At the same time that Egypt exited world rankings in the quality of education, there were voices calling for the need to merge al-Azhar and the public education [systems] together.
  I borrow this title from these two important volumes published by al-Ahrām Center for Political and Strategic Studies in two parts in 1996 and 1998, and which presented a unique study on the religious reality in Egypt in terms of institutions and the country's unique diversity of Islamic,...
Member of Egypt’s House of Representatives and Secretary of the Human Rights Committee, Sherīf al-Wardānī, said that there is an urgent need to develop a human rights school syllabus, especially considering the circumstances of the country since the January 25 Revolution. “It would help young...
Commenting on the statement disclosed by Egypt's Minister of Culture, Helmī al-Namnam, in which he accused Al-Azhar of spreading radical thought, Dr. Mohyī Al-Dīn `Afīfī, Secretary General Of The Islamic Council for Research, said that Al-Azhar does not spare an effort to promote moderate Islam by...
Writer Aḥmad Bān wrote an opinion article published by Al-Taḥrīr on reforming the religious education in Egypt. 
Spokesperson of Egypt's Ministry of Education, Bashīr Hassan, denied the existence of texts that defame religions, excluding Islam, in schoolbooks of the Primary school curriculum.
The House of Representative’s Religious Committee threatened an escalation by referring its request to question the deterioration of high education at Al-Azhar. The leaders of the religious institute have continuously ignored the Committee’s invitation for discussion for the fourth time in a row,...
Background:Three different subjects are addressed in the following recording:

ʾUmayya Ṭūqān, a Jordanian economist and later Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan is talking at a press conference about the upcoming second edition of the MENA summit. The summit was initiated by U.S. and Russian...

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