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Prior to the inauguration of the first Egyptian parliament on March 15, 1924, a young girl named Mounira Thabet [Munīra Thābit] protested against the deprivation of women from casting their votes in the parliamentary elections, demanding the right of women to participate. The demand of Thābit was...
Egyptian law student Muḥammad al-Maṣrī completed his doctorate at the Faculty of Law, on Reservations to International Treaties,’ The doctorate study gives an overview of the problems with the thesis the research deals with, its difficulties, its methodology, as well as previous studies on the...
Today marks the anniversary of the prominent author Iḥsān ʿAbd al-Qudūs’ death on January 11th, 1990.  ʿAbd al-Qudūs is responsible for the most famous stories in Egyptian cinema. In the following, we offer some words on his live… his upbringing? His relationship with women? His family? And how was...
Ṭāriq al-Bishrī was born in El Helmaya in Cairo on February 1, 1933. al-Bishrī’s initial political works focused on national political independence. According to al-Bishrī, Egyptian national independence was related to the international movements for independence, Arab unity, and to a sovereign...
ʿAmru Mūsā; an Egyptian politician and diplomat who holds the position of Secretary-General of the Arab Leagueand plays a pivotal role in negotiations around most of the major disputes in the Arab world. Such negotations are in regards to the disputes between Morocco and Algeria over Western Sahara...
In the wake of a heinous attack by supporters of a basketball team setting a supporter of an opponent team on fire after the end of a game, the author, Amal Ibrāhīm Sa‘d, discusses the phenomenon of fanaticism spread in all walks of life in Egyptian society.
Article two in the Egyptian Constitution seems to be the most problematic issue about the proposed Constitutional amendments. While the majority of Egyptians call for a civil state on the basis of citizenship and equality, many stress the impossibility of omitting or changing article two of the...
In the past some Copts have been complaining that the Egyptian press has not given (enough) attention to Christian religious feasts. This is why we have listed the articles related to Easter.
The conflict between the government and the media is escalating as the government ignores appeals to bring an end to the imprisonment of members of the press over publication offences, while journalists have widened their attack to campaign against prison sentences for publication offences, broader...
Ahmed Kamal Abu Al-Magd, a former Minister of Information and Youth and professor of public law at the Faculty of Law, Cairo University, said that he does not support the conspiracy theory trend but that he views a scheme that aims at marginalizing the Muslim world and brushing it aside from the...

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