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Before the opening of the Forth General Conference of Journalists in 2004, President Husnī Mubārak had declared his historical initiative of canceling imprisonment for publishing [or journalism] related crimes. Journalists are extremely worried because the status quo remains even after a year...
Incitement is one of the forms of aiding and abetting in crimes as deemed by the Egyptian law in a way that the parties who incited for the committing of a crime will have to endure the same penalty of law applied to the actual perpetrator, said Jalāl Tharwat, a professor of criminal law at the...
Dr. Fārouq Abu Zayd, a mass communication professor at Cairo University, and journalists discuss the problems associated to incitement in Egyptian media.
Evoking the feelings of patriotism of university students has become the craft of instigators and those seeking excitement and troublemaking.
A seminar about translating the vocabulary of the Holy Qur’ān was held in Cairo University headed by Dr ‘Alī ‘Abd al-Rahman. After 11th September, translation by the Western orientalists often included omission of our verses and our Arab identity.
“I believe the first problem is the construction of churches. What I am saying is that there must be a unified law in which the mosque and the church are equal…We are focusing on this issue and the constitution guarantees the freedom of worship. If we really want to observe and respect the...
The polemic da’iya Shereen taught hundreds of women, from different social strata, to hold to their Islamic principals, and dedicated her efforts to extend religious culture, but she decided not to squeeze herself in issuing Fatwas "religious decrees", and she won’t defend herself as God defends...
Heated student elections were held last week in all the Egyptian universities. While some students played the role of activists, others took the role of spectators. Islamist students, who call themselves Gama’at el-Islamiya, and non-Islamists fought each other in the elections.

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