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Georgetown University PhD candidate Matthew Anderson went in July 2015 with Arab-West Report/Center for Arab-West Understanding to Maghagha were we met with several local people, Christians and Muslims, about the expulsion of an extended Christian family from Kafr Darwish following allegations of...
As a minority within a state dominated by Muslims, Coptic Christians are regularly pictured in Western media as “the oppressed community”. Although a certain degree of discrimination is practiced against Egyptian Christians in their country, Arab-West Report has found that reports on cases when...
*/ The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a draft of a law to create the position of a special envoy to support the rights of religious minorities in the Middle East and Asia with Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan as top priority. The draft was approved by a majority of 402 to 20. [...
Headline: Unknown Head Belongs to Pakistani who Entered Alexandria Three Days before Church Attack, Reported to SecuritySource: al-Misrī al-YawmPage: 1Author: Nabīl Abū Shāl, Muhammad ‘Abd al-Khāliq Misāhil, Fātimah Zīdān, Dālyā ‘Uthmān, Hudá Rashwān, Yūsuf al-‘Ūmī, and Nāsir al-SharqāwīKeywords:...
Dr. Radwān al-Sayyid, a Lebanese Thinker, writes about two publications of Al-Mesbar Studies and Research Centre that talks about religious institution, fatwás, and religious education. Attention toward fatwás and their consequences has recently increased in the Islamic world. From al-Sayyid's...
Headline: Pope Shenouda Visits Catholic Church for CongratulationsSource: al-Ahrām Page: 1Author: Not mentionedKeywords: Pope Shenouda III, Coptic Catholic Church --------------------------------------- Headline: First Conference for Opposing Brotherhood Next Week: A Stream to Restrict General...
Subhī Mijāhid interviews Holland Taylor, founder of the Libforall Foundation.
Salāh ‘Īssah comments on the reasons why people insult Islam and how Islamic society insults Islam.
Ahmad al-Khatīb reports about permitting Sayyid Imām to visit his mother in Beni Swef.
The author presents a series of three articles reviewing memoirs of Moroccan ‘Umar al-Nāsir – the pseudonym of a spy who infiltrated al-Qā‘idah in Afghanistan at the behest of European intelligence agencies.

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