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The Foreign Press Association is in an illegal status, as it did not register itself under the Egyptian NGO law 84 of 2002. The organization organizes conferences and activities that are suspicious. It suspended deputy secretary-general Ismail De Coursac illegally. The association turned into a...
Getting closer to NGO status. Al-Musawwar reports on rumors in the Coptic community about Islamic shops. Comment on newspapers publishing claims without making efforts to verify them.
Visiting the convent of Dimyana at the end of the pilgrimage festiva. Al-Usbū‘’s biased article about the Foreign Press Association is based on one source only. Al-Usbū‘ made no effort to ask the FPA for a comment before placing this article.
Last week, the foreign correspondents in Egypt held an extraordinary general assembly. Some people mention that the real reason for holding this assembly was to annul the membership of Ismail De Coursac, because the board of directors thinks that he causes trouble. The Assembly lacked quorum with...
The status of the Foreign Press Association (FPA) and its board of directors has become illegal since June 6, 2003, which marks the end of a period determined by the law 84, issued on June 6, 2003, for NGOs to bring themselves under the new law. The current board of directors at the FPA includes...
H.E. Dr. Amat Abdel Alim [Ama al-‘Alīm al-Sousuwa], Yemeni Minister of Human Rights, spoke about improving human rights in Yemen and its relation to attracting tourism to the country.
Sheikh Al-Qaradawi criticized the declarations of the Sheikh of the Azhar in which he condemned attacking innocent civilians from any denomination or country in response to the killing of 30 Palestinians in Jerusalem. He believed it to be a declaration that let down the Mujahideen in their war...
The director of the Cairo Press Center said that foreign correspondents were, most of the time, objective in expressing the different opinions and information they get. He explained that editorials and articles may be biased and subjective but news reports are objective. The head of the Foreign...
This RNSAW was not only delayed because of the tremendous amount of extra work due to the killings in Al-Koshh but also due a decision of the South Cairo Court on January 2, 2000 to sent the wife of the editor of the RNSAW for one month to prison for an offense she never committed. The court...
Iraqi Christians want Pope John Paul II to visit their country and speak out against the embargo, but the United States and other countries leading the sanctions against Iraq would just as soon he stay home.

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