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The article discusses Egypt’s recent appointment to the UN Human Rights Council. The authors wonder if it is a valid appointment, particularly when considering the fact that there are political parties within Egypt that use slogans that oppose the fundamental ideals of human rights and citizenship...
A few weeks ago, sectarian strife erupted when some Muslim residents of the village of Bimhā in al-‘Ayyāt...
The author considers the reactions to the incidents of sectarian sedition between Muslims and Christians in Bimhā, al-‘Ayyāṭ, in Giza governorate. He criticizes certain media outlets for not covering the story in its entirety, and the demands that were submitted following the incident which he...
The article provides an overview of the reconciliation effort in Bimhā, and what the governorate of Giza is doing to assist the victims. The authors criticize the unbalanced compensation and assistance that is being awarded to the individual victims.
U.S. Ambassador David Welch declared that the United States supports the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies as well as five other civil society groups working in the fields of human rights, freedom, and development in Egypt.
Confrontations erupted between the security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood group in the governorate of al-Daqahlīya, killing 34-year-old Mahdī Ghannām, a teacher of English language.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Min‘im Sa‘īd, director of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies says the center is not experiencing any crisis and, like any other institution, it can from time to time go through periods of change and some problems that commonly originate from external rather than...
The author discusses issues of confrontation regarding legally changing ones religion in official documents.
The article discusses the second laymen’s conference, the topics discussed, and the problems surrounding the conference itself.
The angry reaction of the Coptic Orthodox Church to the laymen’s conference made those announce their intention to file claims against two priests. While the laymen of the conference accused the church of corruption and tyranny, the latter accused them of apostasy, homosexuality, and compliance...

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