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Al-Ahrār publishes the report of the Supreme Council of the Press of February, 2008. The report covered Egyptian newspapers and pointed out the violations and the remarks made to every newspaper in fields related to; the documentation of news, violations of the public decency, the rules of...
The grand Imām of the Azhar’s declarations about the Islamic punishment imposed on people who spread rumors that hurt others has increased tension in press milieus. Journalists reacted fiercely to the grand Iimām’s declarations and called for his resignation.
National and private newspapers deliberately concealed the news about appointing female judges and did not care to highlight it in a appropriate manner due to the controversy that has surrounded the issue.
The article states that, following rumors of the ill-health of the pope and patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, and disputes among his potential successors, the same is now happening over the position of the shaykh of the Azhar Mosque.
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies [CIHRS] has sent an appeal to the president of the republic and the speakers of both houses of Parliament called to amend Article Two of the Constitution that states that Islam is the religion of the state and Islamic sharīʿā is the main source of...
A series of articles from the previous week that focus on issues and incidents that pertain to Copts. The topics range from legal critique of the 2nd amendment of the Constitution to discussions about the accessibility of education for minorities.
Hanī Labīb comments on Kifayah’s [enough] call to cancel the Camp David peace agreement signed between Egypt and Israel in 1979.
The author wonders about using the word ‘banned’ in relation to the Muslim Brotherhood in the press, believing that their success in the parliamentary elections has allowed newspapers the space to choose a proper description for the group.
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