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An outline of the life and opinions of Nawal al-Sa‘dāwī. She explains her opinion on a number of social issues, focusing primarily on intellectual freedom.
Fahmī Huwaydī discusses the suggested changes to the Egyptian Constitution and different reactions toward the idea of using Islām as the main source of legalization for the country.
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies [CIHRS] has sent an appeal to the president of the republic and the speakers of both houses of Parliament called to amend Article Two of the Constitution that states that Islam is the religion of the state and Islamic sharīʿā is the main source of...
Waṭanī holds a meeting to discuss issues surrounding religious conversion. Prominent human rights activists and Coptic lawyers participate, suggesting ways to regulate conversions.
Father ‘Abd al-Massīḥ Basīṭ sheds light on eminent Christian characters including Pope Shenouda.
Dr. Isaac Fānūs freely spoke his mind about the issues he found important. Dr. Fānūs was critical about ecclesiastical institutions and leadership, including those in his own Coptic Orthodox Church. In this interview religions are described as societal entities that humans have created and...
The author questions why some incidents of sectarian strife fall into obscurity. He stresses his insistence that certain cases must be resolved, and breaks down the parliamentary by-laws.
The author discusses the upcoming seminar initiated by Kamāl Zākhir Mūsá under the auspices of the Egyptian Society for Enlightenment, which will discuss topics such as Copts and citizenship; the relationship between clergy and laymen; laymen participation in church affairs; church trials and the...
The transcript of an interview conducted by Cornelis Hulsman with Kamāl Zākhir Mūsá, in which Mūsá provides a background of his work and publications. Mūsá further describes his own experiences and confrontations with the Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt.
Subtitle:The case is closed and the murderer is knownIn the past three months three Egyptians have been killed in Europe. The third was a businessman in Holland. "The case is closed and the murderer is known" is the conclusion of the author. Overseas authorities do not care for the death of an...

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