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The National Press Authority decided to report the editor-in-chief of the magazine Rose al-Youssif [Rūz al-Yūssif] to the authorities for disparaging the Coptic Orthodox Church on the cover of its most recent issue. The commission decided to issue an apology to the church, and the magazine will...
The magazine Rūz al-Yūsif, in its Saturday edition, caused controversy after including a portrait of Bishop Raphael [Rāfāʾīl], who is bishop of the churches in central Cairo, next to Muḥammad Badī’, a leader in the Muslim Brotherhood, on their front cover. The Church was outraged by its publication...
An unidentified author in Rose al-Yūsuf magazine denies that Islam permits the punishment of those who revert from Islam. After citing examples from the Qur'ān and Hadīth, the writer goes on to say: “those who espouse radical religious ideas deny the role of reason because they wish to impose their...
al-Wafd reported on al-Marāshdah incident as well, where Bishop Kyrillos of Qena stated that the clashes resulted in the burning of three stores and an attack on six (‘Abd al-Wahāb Sha’bān, al-Wafd,  Jan. 20, p. 8). Read original text in Arabic
Egypt’s former Minister of Culture and columnist Ḥilmī al-Namnam, said that “Egypt is living a situation of strong sectarian tensions, and those who deny it attempt to pull wool over the eyes of others. It is not true at all that history of sectarianism is linked to Sadat’s times: it goes way...
Today marks the anniversary of the prominent author Iḥsān ʿAbd al-Qudūs’ death on January 11th, 1990.  ʿAbd al-Qudūs is responsible for the most famous stories in Egyptian cinema. In the following, we offer some words on his live… his upbringing? His relationship with women? His family? And how was...
Minister of Culture Ḥilmī al-Namnam expressed his happiness for attending the discussion of the book al-Ṭarīq ilā dāʿish [The Road to ISIS] in the Rose al-Yūsuf Foundation, one of the beacons of freedom [of expression].
On May 24, 1960, Egypt's President Jamāl `Abd al-Nāsser (1954-1970) nationalized the press in Egypt. All privately owned press organizations had to hand their ownerships to the Egyptian Government, who eventually, appointed the editors-in chief.
Egypt's Cultural Directorate of Great Cairo hosts tomorrow, Tuesday, a seminar titled “Ethical Corruption And Its Impact On Society” at Qasr Al-Thaqāfa (Cultural Palace) in Heliopolis, Cairo.
Background: It was reported that the police arrested several Christian men because of the absence of a license for selling films, but this is unjust, according to Maurice Ṣādiq, a Coptic Christian human rights lawyer. These men have been working in sales of films for a long time, but now all of a...

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