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On February 1st, Elizabeth Kendal, an international religious liberty analyst and advocate, published an article titled, “Egypt: The Gross Insecurity of the Dhimmī,” for Assist News Service (ANS), an online publication based out of California. Her goal in the article is to advocate for the...
Media dialogue have become an important tool that can damage the relationships among the Egyptian people due to their sectarian nature.
Brainstorming constitutes a prolific way to record impulsive as well as inspired reflections about very different topics and issues. The recent, improvised meeting at the Marriott Hotel in Cairo on December 18 between Cornelis Hulsman (accompanied by two interns, Mrs. Sayyidah Fu’ād and Mr. Vivien...
Lex Runderkamp’s video on the incident of the village of al-Mārīnāb in Idfū city, Aswan governorate was used by al-Mukhalis TV website on December 7, 2011 [Read al-Mukhalis TV website comment on the video], a Salafī outlet, and before this  by articles in al-Distūr, December 4, 2011 and al-Misriyūn...
I am writing this article in response to what Lex Runderkamp has broadcast on the Dutch TV on November 27th, 2011, concerning al-Mārīnāb incidents that took place in the beginning of last October. I have been stimulated too by what was published by al-Masrīyūn newspaper, a religious-oriented...
Lex Runderkamp, the journalist responsible for the “news report” of NOS-TV on the tensions surrounding a church under construction in Mārīnāb, responded to the commentary about his film in Arab-West Report in a text I promptly translated for Arab-West Report and gave to Lamīs Yahyá, author of our...
Following the NOS reporting and responses I asked Lamis Yehya, who had joined me in the visit to Mārīnāb to come to our office in Cairo.  
Veteran journalist Lex Runderkamp visited Egypt to report about what happened on September 30th in Mārīnāb. He reported for Dutch TV, in prime time, on November 26th [Title: “Conflict between Copts and Muslims is complicated”].
On November 18, 2011 a new newspaper was published, al-Rahmah, the second mouthpiece for the salafi camp after al-Fatah, published on October 28.
When I saw the report of MEMRI about Egyptian cleric Muḥammad ʿAbdū I was reminded of Tim Cavanaugh’s critique on MEMRI in 2002 that MEMRI does not need to travel very far to cherry-pick offensive comments. MEMRI presented excerpts from ʿAbdū speaking on al-Ḥikmah TV on September 20, 2011. al-...

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