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AWR interns, Ahmed Deiab and Daniela De Maria, sat with film director, Amir Ramses, at his home in Dokki on August 14 to discuss his documentary film, "Jews of Egypt". Deiab and De Maria noted that he was very kind and welcoming despite having a flight to France the following morning. Ramses...
In both his presidential campaign and inaugural addresses, President Muhammad Mursī has assured the world of Egypt’s commitment to peace. Yet in the run-up to the final election on June 14, the Muslim Brotherhood published an Arabic article calling this commitment into question.
In December 2009 I met with Paul Duffill, the 2008 recipient of the Isaac Roet Prize, at the conference: "Understanding Peace, Conflict and Violence" held at Institute for Social Studies, the Hague. Paul received his prize for his essay: "A Meta-Intervention for the Israel-Palestine Conflict...
 Muftī of the Republic A’lī Jum’ah condemned attacking Islamic and Christian tombs in the city of Yāfā in Palestine by extremist Jews and writing provocative racial expressions on them.  
Dr. Ahmad al-Tayīb, the Azhar's grand shaykh, criticized U.S. favoritism toward Israel in the Palestinian case, assuring that it will garner hatred towards the U.S. Administration's justice. He added that the Azhar will always support Palestine and the establishment of a Palestinian State with...
Al-Azhar Grand Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayyeb urged world nations to vote in favor of a Palestinian state during the UN General Assembly vote scheduled for Friday. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will make a formal request for the recognition of a Palestinian state during the Friday meeting.  
 Dr. Mahmūd 'Azab, adviser to the Azhar's Grand Shaykh, said that the Azhar can have dialogue with Jews except those who are living with Israel. He added that it is a red line that no one can cross. The Azhar as an institution will never accept having dialogue or communicating with any human being...
Security vehicles lined up near the Israeli Embassy in Egypt on Sunday after violence there forced Israel to evacuate its ambassador. Both sides have said they want a return to normal diplomatic activities.
Egyptian military police have arrested a new group of protesters who allegedly tried to storm the Israeli Embassy in Cairo last Friday, bringing the number of detainees to 130, state-run media reported on Sunday.
The killing of Egyptians with Israeli fire has generated a state of wrath, conspicuously witnessed on Facebook.

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