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During an interview on eXtra News, Ḥussayn ʿAbd al-Rāḍi, a researcher at the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies, alleged that states in the region, namely the regimes in Qatar and Turkey, have invested in various terrorist organizations out of economic and self-interest, going on to argue that...
The management of “ONTV” announced the sale of the group of channels owned by businessman Najīb Sawirus to Tāriq Bin ‘Umar, a French businessman of Tunisian origin, who also owns two other channel networks, “Italia Sport 24” and the Italian “Brema TV”, as well as the Tunisian channel “Nasama”.
The Vatican’s news agency Fides said the first Egyptian Catholic TV station will be launched in 2013 under the name al-Salām (Peace) to be the voice of a Coptic Catholic community living in a large country ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood.
Concerns are dominating the media establishment after a decision to close down the al-Farā’īn channel owned by Tawfīq ‘Ukāshah following accusations of instigation against the president of the republic and the confiscation of an issue of al-Dustūr newspaper for nearly the same reason.
The neutrality of Christian television channels has been questioned, as they had a great influence on the votes of Copts during the last presidential elections. Īhāb Sabahī, presenter of the show Fī al-Nūr on the CTVchannel , hosted every candidate except Muhammad Mursī, justifying this exclusion...
 Satire program presenter, Bāssim Yūsuf, stated that  he has decided to take his program, al- Birnāmig, off the air permanently due to pressures. 
Since his enthronement as patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Pope Tawāḍrūs has paid special attention to children by establishing a committee on childhood at the Holy Synod under his supervision. He has also held several gatherings with children in Egypt and abroad during his pastoral visits...
The author, Jirjis Fikrī, highlights the political role played by Christian satellite channels in Egypt and the impact they have on a large number of viewers, especially as these channels support the current Egyptian administration under the leadership of President al-Sīsī.
This article is the first part of a series of three on sexual harrasement in Egypt, following in the wake of the killing of a South Korean woman in Siwa: In the first part, we give an overview on the situation in Egypt, in the second part we will examine the legal framework, and in the final part,...
The commentary was written on the author’s own initiative and is based on his own experiences. The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Arab-West Report’s editorial policy. Comments were made about security in Siwa oasis.

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