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There is a great respect in Egyptian schoolbooks for Christian religion, although there is only little information on its faith and life. There is excellent information on the early history of the Copts in Egypt, but almost no information about the Christian minority after the conquest of Egypt....
An overview of a book, “Crossroads,’ written by the Minister of Education. The book comments on the reality of the Arab world and the Egyptian society.
The Dutch Minister of Education banned veiled girls from entering Dutch schools. She said that parents of veiled girls who oppose her decision may enroll their girls in Turkish or Moroccan schools where girls are allowed to put on veils.
The author comments on the main points which the US study “The Psychological Aspects of Islamic Terrorism” concludes should be changed in the Egyptian curricula. He refutes the claims of the study concerning education in Egypt promoting terrorism. He thinks that the study is very biased and...
It is true that there is a general attitude of respect to the Christian faith, but this respect refers only to the Islamic perception of how Christianity should be, not the way it is. The fact that a new chapter about the Coptic era has recently been introduced in the Social Studies and History...
Our new boardmember Dr. Wolfram Reiss responded to the summary of an article of Rose el-Youssef (RNSAW, 2002, week 39A, art. 6) and wondered whether the Iqbal el-Saba´i, the author of the article had correctly presented the views of bishop Mounir, head of the Episcopal Church in Egypt, and sheikh...
Rose El-Youssef´s special file for this week tackles the conflict erupted between the governor of Al-Gharbia and the Muslim Brotherhood because of Al-Geel Al-Muslim schools. It comments on a recent study by Specialized National Councils that calls for deepening religious beliefs in the minds...
Amr Khaled has appeared again in the field of da´wa, although the ministry of Awqaf declared that he is not qualified and does not have a permit to work as a da´iya. He chose a number of public mosques and other mosques under construction to restart his activities. The article gives the opinions of...
In this article, the Egyptian Minister of Education comments on the fear that the United States will start interfering in the education system of Arab countries like Egypt because they embrace Islam as the national religion. He said that no person, government or organization has the right to...
A critique of the controversial work of researcher Yustina Saleh on the 2nd article of the Egyptian constitution, which states that sharī‘a is the main source of law.

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