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The author, Ishaq Ibrāhim, interviewed the head of Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination [EARD] Mūnir Mejahid about the group’s members, goals and methods.
Magdy Malak reflects on the scope and power of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and bemoans the lack of any real opposition parties that are able to compete with the ruling National Democratic Party.
The General Citizenship Conference was held on November 25, 2007 and was sponsored by the National Council for Human Rights. The Egyptian press covered the incident from different viewpoints.
Huwaydī expresses his fears over a meeting that is expected to take place between Pope Shenouda, Pope Benedict XVI, and 38 prominent Muslim scholars and preachers to discuss Muslim Christian relations in Egypt.
The annual report of the State Department-affiliated U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom [USCIRF] on Egypt that was released on September 14, 2007 has created a lot of controversy within intellectual circles in Egypt.
The article discusses the Armenian genocide during World War One, stressing that unless nations are capable of learning from their history and admitting to their mistakes, that such mistakes will continue to be made in the future.
The author presents a review of a new novel entitled, ‘Tea for Who,’ and published by Anthony Robert Aikman.
The following lines present information about U.S. Aid to Egypt from the 1970s until now and observe the main goals of the aids throughout their history.
Recent statements made by the US administration, denouncing the scandal [refers to assaulting demonstrators] of the amendment of article 76 of the constitution, has put the government in a predicament after Washington called for bringing to trial the persons who assaulted the demonstrators...
The author investigates an incident in Iraq, where a Fatwá was issued to the Assyrian Christian residents in a suburb of Baghdad, to convert to Islam or face death. He reviews the responses to the crisis, and provides his own perspective on the issue.

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