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Dr Saad Eddin Ibrahim, director of Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies, surprised everyone when he declared that the Minister of Education Dr. Hussein Kamal Bahaa Eddin had participated in discussions and symposia conducted by the Center on improving the religion curricula taught at pre-...
The author expresses his pleasure concerning the "National Role of the Egyptian Church throughout the ages" symposium, and lists its concluding recommendations
Charged by the Ministry of Education, Muslim and Christian experts from all national trends joined the committee to rewrite the syllabuses about the history of Egypt -- until the Ibn Khaldoun Center began to spread its sectarian ideas about minorities. A summary of interviews with a professor in...
Dr. Sa’ad Al-Din Ibrahim of the Ibn Khaldoun Center accuses Egyptian authorities of carelessness and considers himself the only one who cares, in the opinion of Rose El-Youssef. Gamal As’ad says: Egypt is not in need for these suspected syllabuses. This article contain excerpts from the many...
The Minister of Education Dr. Hussein Bahaa’ Al-Din insists that the existing educational syllabuses are against extremism, addiction and ethnic discrimination, and teach tolerance and that while there is a deficiency in some syllabuses he has charged d the Higher Committee for History with the...
The Minister for Education, Dr. Hussein Kamal Baha Al-Din, has issued a Ministerial decree number 29 dated January 1, 1999, to add Dr. Milad Hanna to the committee for the revision of the History curriculum at all educational levels in particular with the aim of pointing out the importance of the...
The Endowments Joint Committee that consists of representatives of the Egyptian-Coptic Endowment Authority has held a number of meetings and decided to return to the church a number of Coptic endowments that had been confiscated.
The statement issued on the incidents of Al-Kussh Village by Pope Shenouda III, last Friday after a series of negotiations with the heads of the state security.
The Ministry of Education in Lebanon introduced a new syllabus for the state schools that does not include any religious studies. Muslim leaders oppose this decision.

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