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How should we assess the endless stream of media reports and images that we are exposed to daily? On July 2, 2018, Matthew Sparks (M.A., Georgetown University) facilitated an important and evocative discussion of this question and introduced Arab-West Report, the massive electronic database...
A research paper by ‘The Arab Network for Human Rights Information’ found that news of the death of former Egyptian president Muḥammad Mursī constituted a “scandal for Egyptian media.”
After 71 years of zionist occupation of the holy land, the occupiers continue ‘imprisoning' Jerusalem through a campaign to take full control of it.    Over the past few hours, British newspaper ‘The Guardian’ said, “Is Israel lining up its ducks for another dramatic unilateral action in Jerusalem...
Social networks are the most powerful promotional tools for extremist leaders and diplomatic speeches increasing anger and prejudice.   Hate and anger on social media are not restricted to normal users but have spread to the ones responsible for our countries.   
During his speech in a symposium held by Al-Dustūr Newspaper, the Chairman of the Arab-European Human Rights Forum Aīman Nasrī said that the mission of his forum is to highlight the human rights situation in Egypt and counter the politicized human rights organizations that receive false reports...
Muslim scholars, during a symposium on the media’s role in the society, appealed to the mass media to observe accuracy, objectives and Islamic values established by the Prophet Muhammad more than 1400 years ago so the nation may rise up and find its way out of its predicament. [Ahmad ‘Abd al-...
Egyptian poet and journalist, Farūq Juwaydah, writes this week: The Egyptian press is undergoing a hard time. It has a diminishing role and continues to lose its way. The questions that need answers are, therefore: What is the future of the Egyptian press in the years to come? How will the many...
The complaints committee of the Supreme Media Council imposed a fine of 50 thousand EGP on the website of Maṣr Al- ‘Arabiyya for a report of published on March, 29, entitled “New York Times… Egyptians trudge to elections for 3 dollars”. 
Ahmad Abū al-Ghaīt thinks that despite its regained strength, Egypt will not enter the war against ISIS into which Turkey has been dragged and he stressed that Egypt is under the attack of foreign media. He also said that ISIS must been confronted with ground troops 
Karīmah Kāmil, journalist, stated that the third article of the constitution is a trap and despite this some people see it as in the interests of Copts.

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