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A professor from the Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences, Cairo University, sent the author a message to the effect that he agrees with the opinion he expressed in his article "Dual nationality: right or vice?" He wrote in his message about another kind of duality that has started to...
Dr. Nawāl al-Sa‘Dawī calls for all state’s offices - President; Sheikh of the Azhar; the First lady and Editor-in-Chiefs - to be elective. She asserts that the alleged reform process is not genuine.
The women leading men in prayers; the odd interpretations of al-Nisā’ [Women] chapter of the Qur’ān, regarding the guardianship of the men over women; the desertion and the claim that God, god forbidden, is biasing for men because He is a male, all these controversies that have triggered uproar...
A London-based fundamentalist center revealed that Britain’s Home Office has turned down a political asylum application by an Egyptian Islamist affiliated with the banned al-Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya [Islamic Group].
Egyptians are distinctively characterized by social and cultural pluralism as well as tolerance. The Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, has carried out a detailed study prepared by three sociologists; Dr. Ashraf ‘Abd al-Wahhāb, Dr. Hasan Hanafī and Dr. Muhammad al-Jawharī.
The author believes that the case of Saad Eddin Ibrahim was created with the aim of limiting the activities of Egyptian human rights and civil organizations. He believes that accusations in the case were randomly directed and that many persons were excluded.
The author presented a draft statement for dialogue between Egyptian and American cultured people. A Christian pastor asked whether cultured people [educated, belonging to a higher social class] belonging to the Islamic movement agree to sign the proposed statement while they reject dialogue. The...
The article discusses the need for changes in the Arab educational curricula. It calls for focusing on this objective and considers Western interference in this respect just a stone thrown into stagnant water.
The article speaks about the recent visit of journalist Robert Fisk to Egypt. He stressed the need to avoid sectarian violence and pursue justice in the region.
The fatwa issued by Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi, head of the Union of Muslim Scholars, regarding the duty of killing and kidnapping American civilians in Iraq – considering them to be invaders – caused strong disagreement among the Azharite scholars, each with his own evidence based on Islamic law.


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