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The administration of a French school in Egypt refused to implement an Egyptian court ruling not to force a veiled student to remove her veil. This threatens to force the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to intervene to solve the problem of this student. The student’s father said that fifty...
The Egyptian TV showed a program entitled "The third opinion." The participants debated the status of Copts in Egypt and the repercussions of the U.S. committee’s visit, as well as the matter of foreign intervention in Egypt’s domestic affairs. They also looked at the stance of expatriate Egyptians...
Introducing AWR press reviews. Growing media attention for RNSAW work.
[Also Al-Arabi, December 24, 2000, P.7] Saad Eddin Ibrahim is not only accused of forgery and communication with foreign countries, the State Security Prosecution considers him an international swindler as well. He received large sums of money from foreign countries for giving information defaming...
The village of Demtawa, which is one of the villages of the governorate of Al-Bahari, has a story with the Jews. In this village is the tomb of Abu Hasera which receives many pilgrims each year to celebrate the anniversary of his birth. What we want to know is the truth of Abu Hasera. Was he really...
The struggle about obtaining voting rights for women in Kuwait. Muslim Brothers in Kuwait oppose women getting these rights.
Dr. Mamdouh Al-Biltagi, Minister of Tourism, announced the registration of the National Egyptian Heritage Revival Association (NEHRA) as an NGO in the Ministry of Social Affairs. The organization aims to revive symbols of the Egyptian national heritage which includes the religious -Islamic and...
Cairo has shown criticism to a report recently issued by the American Ministry of Foreign Affairs which accuses Egypt of religious abuse against Copts.
Al-Arabi has learned that Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman amir [commander] and mufti of Islamic groups has agreed to issue a request to the Egyptian authorities declaring his wish to return to his homeland.
In an unprecedented move, three human rights groups - the Centre for Human Rights Legal Aid (CHRLA), Al-Nadim Center for the Management and Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence and the Human Rights Center for the Assistance of Prisoners (HRCAP) - held a press conference to discuss their first...

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