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Jamāl Shāhīn reports on a new program by the American Embassy in Egypt that will target young reformists and train them in the principles of democracy and human rights. Shāhīn considers the decision of the US Embassy to allow members of the Muslim Brotherhood to participate as a sign of change in...
Muhammad Hilāl reports on the statements of Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Bashār ‘Arafāt on inter-cultural understanding.
The author complains that during the month of Ramadan a couple of issues were met with complete silence from Egyptian media. Some of these issues that he comments on in his article are: the decision of the American Congress to allocate $2 million cut from American aid to Egypt to the Ibn Khaldoun...
Egyptian opposition and independent newspapers published the news that the American administration cut $3 million of the annual aid given to Egypt and granted them to the Ibn Khaldoun Center run by Saad Eddin Ibrahim. The three million dollars are to be spent on promoting democracy and political...
The US Department of State defended the American ambassador in Cairo, David Welch, with regard to the accusations directed to him for interfering in the affairs of the Egyptian press.
Under the pretext that it is anti-semitic, Washington criticized the TV serial “Al-Shataat” [Diaspora] aired by Al-Manar TV, [which is] affiliated with Hizbullah, during Ramadan. Spokesman for the US Department of State mentioned that his country strongly objects to any expression of anti-Semitism...
Some Westerners who converted to Islam use music and songs to preach Islam and to change its tarnished image in the West.
The author comments on the US interference in Egyptian domestic affairs. For example, the case of Saad Eddin Ibrahim, homosexuals, female genital mutilation, Coptic problems and human rights issues.
The author reports an incident happened ten years ago about an American Jew who was caught in one of the mosques of Assiut. He was recording the preaching of the sheikh and taking some notes because he was preparing an important study on the effect of the Friday Sermon on worshipers. The author...
Al-Usbua´s reporting about US interference in Egyptian curricula is the result of polarization between US-government and Egyptian authors who no longer trust information of US government sources. These authors are basing their information on sources they trust but this may result in...

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