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Twelve human rights organizations condemned what they called “violent attacks” launched by Egyptian authorities against the freedom of artistic creation and expression, particularly evident after a two-year prison court sentence against art journalist, Ahmad Nāji, and a 10-thousand Egyptian Pounds...
Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination (EARD) organized on Sunday a press conference in its headquarters in Doqqi to talk about the vigil it had organized in front of the Supreme Court of Justice demanding to enact legislation in relation to church construction and to condemn acts of violence...
Egyptian media are full of reports on the work of the current Constituent Assembly. On November 22, Arab-West Report met with Rev. Dr. Safwāt al-Bayādī, President of the Protestant Churches in Egypt and member of the Constituent Assembly. Arab-West Report had previously attended a conference of...
Egyptians against Discrimination, an advocacy group that fights discrimination among Egyptian citizens on any basis, has issued a statement that expresses solidarity with the Coptic student Bishūy Zāri' 'Abd al-Hanūn. Bishūy is a student at South Valley University, whose Dean and Deputy Dean...
Sanne Lundberg’s thesis was about the strong Coptic Christian perception of being discriminated, the interplay of this belief with religious beliefs, as well as
Fanatics lose one round; Nūr Qaldas; Watani Printing and Publishing Corporation; Cairo; June 2010
This article talks about the founding of the organization Egyptians against Religious Discrimination (MARED) and the media coverage concerning sectarian issues in Egypt, with regard to MARED.
Khalīl continues highlighting a piece of research entitled “Education and Citizenship” which was presented at the second Conference for Egyptians Against Discrimination.
This article by Watani details the rally by the National Committee for Confronting Sectarian Violence against Egyptian Media for its portrayal of sectarian incidents which cause much harm to Copts. The rally was held in front of the Television and Radio Union building in Cairo, Egypt. Watani...
Marina Ihab reviews Watani International colleague Nadir Shukry’s book about reconciliation sessions. In his book, Shukry documents 19 sectarian cases which have undergone traditional reconciliation sessions that resulted in the culprits being freed while the victims never receive justice.

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