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Al-Dustūr reports on a teacher who assaulted her colleague and students after she failed in convincing them to support the new constitution. Al-Waylī Secondary School subsidiary to Hadā’iq al-Qubbah municipality witnessed a disagreement between Nafīsah Mihanná, teacher of art classes and a number...
The Giza Emergency Supreme State Security Court adjourned to the April 1 session the Imbābah incidents case in which 48 persons – 33 Muslims and 15 Christians – are facing charges of illegal assembly, premeditated murder, attempted murder, sparking and inciting sectarian fitnah and setting fire to...
Woman writer and columnist Rashā Samīr tackles in her column this week the issues on freedom of opinion, tolerance, and acceptance of the others, all virtues that, according to Samīr, do not go beyond being slogans, and never practiced on the ground by the Egyptian society, which she accuses of...
A decision recently taken by Bishop Yūʾannis of Asyūt to obligate Christian women to wear proper clothes in churches has stirred controversy among Christians, a majority of whom rejected the decision, arguing that the Church’s role is to guide rather than impose behavioral rules. 
The author, Ayman al-Jundī, believes that the reason behind the advancement of Europe is democracy, which he says is the best system of governance developed by mankind. He points out that democracy does not mean to run fair elections, but it is a whole cultural system of peaceful devolution of...
In a new report, Dār al-Iftā’’s Observatory for takfīrī fatwas and militant views says that the Ḥasm terrorist group is evidence that violence in the Muslim Brotherhood’s chronology is not accidental, and rather a strategy established and nurtured by its founder, Ḥasan al- Bannā. 
On the canal shore, in the city of Ismā`iliyya, to which he moved to escape the capital Cairo and its noise, al-Yawm al-Sabī` interviewed Dr. Khālid Muntaṣṣir, a physician, intellectual and media person. But most importantly, he is a man capable of stirring up controversy in the Egyptian street on...
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.
The worst thing a cleric can do is to confound religion with politics, or to use religion to serve politics, especially in a context of tension and anger. The cleric has the duty to keep himself distant from politics and spread the culture of peace instead, by keeping people away from the...
The New York Times Magazine published a detailed report about the torture and murder of ItalianPhD student Giulio Regeni who focused in his study on Egyptian street vendors’ union, “hoping to assess their union’s potential to drive political and social change.” He disappeared on the 25th of January...

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