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The author received many letters comparing the story Al-Nabaa published about the expelled monk and the contents of "A banquet for Seaweed," "The Formation Period" and "Yathrib Community," which are believed to disdain Islam. His conclusion was that the law prohibits scorning religions and that is...
The author commented on Tareq Al-Bishri’s article, in which he compared the attitude of the State towards the Coptic youth demonstrations against what Al-Nabaa published to the Azhar students’ demonstrations against the publication of the "Banquet for Seaweed." He believes that the State was very...
The writer believes that the demonstrations by thousands of Coptic youths in the Patriarchate, protesting about what Al-Nabaa published, should not be considered only in the light of Al-Nabaa disaster. He compared between the problem the "Banquet for Seaweed" caused and that caused by the story of...
The Higher Council or Culture published a translated book titled "Women and sexism in Islam," by Laila Ahmed. Sheikh Abdel-Azim Al-Matani wants the book banned along with another book about the early years in the life of Mohammed. Farouq Hosni, Minister of Culture, defended publication of these...
The Muslim Brotherhood want to form a political party to end their series of failed coalitions with other parties. Dr. Essam Al-Erian said that founding a Brotherhood Party was the only way to end the stagnation in the Egyptian political arena.
The decision of the Higher Council for Antiquities to consider Abu Hasera’s tomb, in Demtawa, as a monument, was taken four months ago. Until now, however, it has not been published in the official newspaper-which means that it is not enforceable. The inhabitants of Demtawa were very angry and...
The Minister of Culture issued a decision according to which the tomb of the Jewish rabbi Yacob Abu Hasera, the surrounding tombs and the hill upon which the tomb is located are to be considered historical monuments.
Father Marcos Aziz Khalil, the priest of the Hanging Church, found himself under the guillotine of Bishop Bishoi, the secretary of the Holy Council. This is the first time the priest of the Hanging Church has been referred to trial, in spite of his position and known attitudes towards the church....
This is not just an interview. It is an attempt to break the silence and conspiracy over Nasr Hamed Abu-Zeid being sent into exile. How long will Nasr Abu-Zeid remain in exile? Who has benefited from changing an intellectual and researcher into a "cultural refugee"? Why does his leaving Egypt now,...
The author compares the reaction of some MPs to the publication of three sexy novels by the Ministry of Culture and theirs reaction to Al-Kosheh rulings. He wonders why none of the MPs thought of raising questions, with the Minister of Justice or the Minister of the Interior, concerning the...

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