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The author reviews the painstaking efforts of Dr. ‘Azīz Suryāl ‘Attīyah to issue a Coptic encyclopedia as a means to revive the Coptic heritage, history and traditions. He calls for the Arabic translation of the English-language encyclopedia that was released by the McMillan Publishers Ltd in...
Biographical details about Professor Aziz Suryal Atiya, a distinguished scholar and author.
The article deals with a niqāb-wearing university professor in the University of al-Minyā with different views by other professors as to whether her niqāb would have an impact on the educational process.
Imān Raslān poses the critical question of whether discrimination and sectarianism has extended to Egyptian schools.
The third meeting of the Council for Human Rights and civil society organizations has called for the establishment of a Ministry of Human Rights and for changes in Egyptian society to prevent sectarianism and discrimination.
In his book "The Islamic threat, myth...or reality?" John Esposito answers the question of whether Islam, after the fall of Communism as a universal power, has become the greatest threat for the West. He represents a methodical prognosis of the political positions in the most important nations...
The article is an interview with Dr. Fayed Ashour. He argues that most of the Jews are not Semitic. He also refuses the claim of Jews that that they are the builders of the Giza Pyramids.
The visit which the Minister of Education and some officials in his ministry paid to the US gives more space to what has been said about the US asking Arab and Islamic countries to change their pre-university educational curricula as it allegedly promote terrorism and extremism. The article...
Dr. Jochen Hippler, professor at Duisburg University, began his speech at the symposium held at Alexandria University, saying, "Relations between the Islamic and Western countries are undergoing a real crisis. Each other’s view is colored with bias, terrorism,
Some satellite channels still don’t see the difference between screening entertainment and religious shows. The Arab viewer who longed for religious reform is subjected to a new wave of religious extremism. He lived for decades as victim of religious fundamentalist rhetoric not able to adapt to the...

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