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Selecting a school is a headache for many Egyptians.
In Egypt there are a million children that are being tortured.
  Sabrah al-Qāsimī, general coordinator of the Moderate Front (an Islamist initiative to combat extremist Islamism thought) that supports al- Sīsī’s bid for presidency , said that the front's religious committee is preparing a project named “Revisions of thought” to include all Islamist parties -...
One of the young men who traveled recently to Syria from Egypt and returned back that he traveled with a group of ten young men, including Islām Yaken, the man whose story circulated on social media outlets.
In his column this week, Father Rafiq Greish [Rafīq Jarīsh] comments on President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī during the World Youth Forum in Sharm al-Shaykh: It was not a speech like any other one we heard before, although what President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī was saying is known for us, namely, the...
During his participation in session dubbed "The role of world leaders in building and sustaining peace" as part of the ongoing World Youth Forum, Egypt’s President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī commented on the terror attack on Egypt’s Copts few days ago saying, that Egypt does not discriminate between...
The Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) started a Learning Center because it discovered that many African children in Cairo have big learning gaps. They had, thus far, no place to go to. For Egyptians, there is compulsory education. Syrian refugees are able to make use of the Egyptian school...
Julie Casper writes of her experiences with the ancient Egyptian tradition of "Subuu'". (Photo credits go to Julie and Jayson Casper)
Background: This interview took place in Eritrea during the Eritrea-Ethiopia border war (1998-2000). The conflict started over a border dispute between the two countries for the control of the town of Badme.  After World War II, Ethiopia claimed Eritrea as part of its national territory, once both...
  Background: This interview took place in Eritrea during the Eritrea-Ethiopia border war (1998-2000). The conflict started over a border dispute between the two countries for the control of the town of Badme.  After World War II, Ethiopia claimed Eritrea as part of its national territory, once...

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