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The author reports an interview with prominent Egyptian thinker Tarek Heggy who attributed the American misunderstanding about conditions in Egypt to Sa‘d al-Dīin Ibrāhīm’s and Hishām Qāsim’s inaccurate reporting.
Scores of thinkers has attacked the Cairo First Conference on the Activation of Citizenship, saying it promotes sectarianism and raises wonders about the nature of relationship between the expatriate Copts in the West and foreign political powers.
Since it was established, Watanī al-Dawlī has accurately described the Coptic situation in Egypt. In the following lines, Watanī al-Dawlī highlights Copts' role as an integral part of Egypt throughout Egyptian history, and Watanī's role in bringing Coptic issues into the spotlight.
On February 12, Arab countries adopted a charter which puts limits on Arab satellite channels and prohibits offending political and religious figures. Qatar has rejected the document and Lebanon has expressed its reservations. The article outlines the repercussions of the incident.
The article reviews an economic study prepared by Dr. Huwaydā ‘Adlī, an assistant teacher at Misr University for Science and Technology, which was entitled, ’Arabs in diaspora: Problems of merging and their impact on development in the Arab world.’
Muslims are outraged after senior Muslim scholar Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī has been refused a visa to enter the U.K. for treatment.
The article records the British reactions to the archbishop of Canterbury’s controversial statements. He called for introducing some of the principles of Sharī‘ah into the British legal system.
The article reports on the Cairo First Conference on Activating Citizenship held by the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization and the U.K. Copts Association.
Islamist lawyer Muntasir al-Zayyāt says that he will appeal against the British embassy’s decision not to grant him a visa.
Īmān ‘Abd al-Mun‘im reports on the statements of Dr. Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī regarding the British government’s decision to ban him from entering the U.K.

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