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November 20th sees the first appeal hearing in a lawsuit by businessman Nabīl Badī‘ Bishāy, who accuses Carmen Weinstein, the head of the Jewish community in Egypt, of fraud. Weinstein allegedly sold him a building owned by the Jewish community while claiming it to be her own. Key Words: Carmen...
        AWR Chief Editor Cornelis Hulsman critiques a review of Martin Gilbert's In Ishmael's House: A History of Jews in Muslim Lands....
On April 8 Tariq Ramadan delivered his first public address in the U.S. since the Bush administration revoked his visa in 2004. Ramadan in known for his ability to speak favorably to both leftists and Islamists. However some have derided Ramadan as much more radical than he initially appears. Other...
A Jewish celebration in an Egyptian village has aroused villagers’ anger and restricts their freedom of movement for three days.
Mājid Muhammad reports about the campaign launched against the Jewish celebrations of Abū Hasīrah in Egypt.
The compound of religions in Old Cairo is a symbol of the amazing coexistence of the three heavenly religions in Egypt.
Muhammad Salmāwī reports on the book fair in Geneva where Egypt was the guest of honor.
Isrā’īl Min Ayn wa ilá Ayn?’ [Israel, from where and whither?] is a book written by Muhammad Burhām al-Mashā‘ilī. The 15-chapter book provides information about the history of Jews and Israel and asserts the Arab identity of Palestine.
Husayn Sirāj reviews a book authored by Sulaymān al-Hakīm about Jews who proved to be true Egyptians. The book, which is entitled ’Yahūd…wa-Lākin Misryūn’ [Jews but Egyptians], focuses on the lives of Jewish Egyptian artists and their political and national stances.
The Egyptian government refuses to implement the Administrative Court’s decision which cancelled the annual Jewish celebration at the tomb of Rabbi Abū Ḥassīrah without giving any reasons.


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