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Egypt's women dreams for 2017 differ according to age and social class; dreams of vegetable vendors differ on the dreams of private sector employee, the dreams of women in their fifties differ from those in their twenties; however, the dream of lower commodity prices was shared amongst all women.
The Ministry of Culture, under the supervision of columnist and Minister of Culture, Helmy al-Namnam, issued a book titled “Parliamentary Life in Egypt” as part of State celebrations to mark Parliament’s 150th Birthday. The book includes a number of important documents from the Egyptian National...
Yesterday and today I was at the Mujama' administrative building at Tahrīr square to complete the residence permit in my passport. Just around the corner was the burned building of the Scientific Research Center besides Parliament. The military has sealed off the Qasr al-'Inī and Shaykh Rayhān...
As an American Christian in Egypt I find that I instinctively view events here through the following lens: Liberals are the good guys, Islamists are the bad guys, and the army is somewhere in between, perhaps neutral, perhaps not. Complicated times beg for simplistic narratives, and this one...
‘Abd Allāh al-Husānī, Minister of Awqaf, filed a complaint with the Military Council and the Attorney General describing the development of the al-Nour mosque crisis in 'Abbāssīyah. The complaint came after the imām of the mosque was not allowed to give last Friday's sermon and described the attack...
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood, Progressive National Unionist Party, National Democratic Party, and Copts are all competing for the parliamentary seat in ‘Ābdīn – Mūskī. Sources say that some less popular candidates are handing out cash and expensive gifts, while others promise young people jobs...
Franciscan School’s Administration asserted that the administration had agreed with students’ parents at the beginning of the school year to prevent hijābs in classrooms, and that both parents and students have agreed.
Ākhir Sā‘ah published a 10-page file on the growing phenomenon of the Niqāb in Egyptian society and interviews a number of Niqāb-wearing women.
Dr. Wolfram Reiss discusses the obstacles and opportunities identified by a German project and accompanying international dialogue on the revision of school textbooks in the Middle East, in terms of their treatment of Christianity.
The unemployment rate and free time of women forced them to marry extremists and to perform an important, vital and tangible role to promote extremism. Extremist women live isolated from society and have created a system of solidarity among themselves. Extremist women have children and feed them...
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