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 The article discusses the exclusion of Adventists and Jehovah's Witnesses from the new personal status law for Christians.  
Weekly al-Khamīs reports on page two on Thursday that the National Council for Human Rights is currently discussing a number of complaints submitted by many Bahā’īs, in which they ask for pressure to be applied to the government to allow them to document their marriages and provide them with...
Advisor to the Azhar Grand Shaykh, Dr. Mahmūd ‘Azab, tells al-Dustūr that the Azhar Center for Dialogue welcomed relations with all religions, including all different sects of Islam, in order to work towards unifying the Islamic discourse and to correct any misconceptions about the religion. He...
"Bahaism in the View of Sharia and Law" is a recently-published book dealing with a judicial ruling in June, 1952 by Counselor ‘Alī ‘Alī Mansūr, who was then head of the Court of Administrative Justice.  The ruling nullified the marriage of a Bahā’ī man and woman and rejected the man's suit against...
Du‘ā’ talks about the mixed reactions amongst the ecclesial society regarding the annual report issued by the United States Department of State. The report heavily criticized religious freedom in Egypt because of the government’s alleged discrimination against Christians and Bahā’īs. The report was...
    Nasr Hāmid Abū Zayd, a leading Egyptian Qur'anic thinker, passed away in July at the age of 66. He had become a good friend of the Arab West Report over the years. In the first of a series of articles commemorating the life and work of Nasr Abū Zayd, Chief Editor Cornelis Hulsman looks back on...
In this final installment of a three part series on the life of Nasr Hāmid Abū Zayd, Professor Stefan Wild of Bonn University paints a picture of the life and work of the late Egyptian scholar....  
Najīb Jabrā’īl Mīkhā’īl said that the first thing he would say if he were to meet President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak is that “the citizenship principle is only being carried out on paper.” 
This article highlights a new Muslim conviction, al-Qādiyānīyah, and the Islamic reaction in Egyptian society.  
Iqbāl Barakah, in this article, seeks to shed light on the secularism spreading and over-controlling the Turkish Constitution. She reflects on one of the articles of the Turkish constitution which prohibits the study of the Qur'ān for children under twelve years of age . 

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