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International Religious Freedom Report 2006, released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.
The Supreme Council for Antiquities (S.C.A.) is investigating foreign excavation missions working in Egypt after the release of a book titled ‘Israel in Sinai’ by an American archaeologist currently carrying out research in Sinai.
The author warns of troublemakers stirring up sectarian sedition at al-Minia University after a student is refused her master’s degree in pediatrics because she is Christian.
It is claimed that the extremists and the fanatic Islamic groups control faculty mosques. Yet, all university principals emphasize that they fully control them, especially since most of their Imams are appointed by the Ministry of Endowments [Awqaf].
Mukhtar Nouh, journalist at Sawt al-Umma newspaper, tries to show the positive relationship between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.
The Misyār marriage is an Islamic marriage that has emerged as life circumstances have changed. Dr. Muhammad al-Mukhtār al-Mahdī, a professor at the Azhar University [discipline not mentioned], says that “linguistically speaking, the Misyār means ’to drop by’.”
The author publishes the text of the resignation Dr. Sālim Ahmad Salām, a professor of medicine at al-Minya University, who resigned in protest over religious persecution practiced against a Christian researcher at the university.
Stabbing incidents targeting female Christian students in al-Minyā University cause panic and fear.
The article is a response to statements made by the poet Ahmad Abdel Mo’ti Hegazy. A group of specialized scholars in history and Islamic civilization refute the allegation of the poet Ahmad Abdel Mo’ti Hegazi that Egypt does not belong to the Arabic nation.
The focus of the book is the period before the Islamic conquest of Egypt. Several Muslim scholars praised this work. It is a period of Egypt’s history which would deserve more attention in schoolbooks.


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