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The State Security Prosecution accuses two professors at the Suez Canal and the Azhar universities of manufacturing a plane without a pilot.
The Muftī of Egypt faced a storm of criticism following his ’controversial’ remarks about the Egyptian youths who died on the Italian shores while trying to cross the border illegally in search of a better life, in which he condemned their illegal acts and refused to consider them martyrs.
Azhar scholars have condemned the attack on the Egyptian Shaykh Muḥammad al-Salāmūnī, an Imām at the Islamic Centre in London, carried out by an Irish extremist.
A presidential ruling was issued assigning five new chancellors to five universities. Contrary to some expectations, women and Copts were not included in the list of the newly assigned.
International Religious Freedom Report 2006, released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.
A number of Muslim scholars are calling for an international law to criminalize insulting Islamic symbols.
In an interview with al-Wafd, Dr. Jamāl Rajab Sīdbī, a professor of Islamic philosophy at Suez Canal University who is also an assistant professor at the Faculty of Education, in Nizwa, Oman, discusses the recent escalation in tensions between Islām and the West.
This article gives an overall view, based on different newspapers, of the case of the Ibn Khaldūn Center. Al-Ahrām wrote about the investigations of those who are involved with Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm. The press review ends with the comment of al-Ahālī and al-' 'Usbūʿ on the Americans' interference...
The article deals with a niqāb-wearing university professor in the University of al-Minyā with different views by other professors as to whether her niqāb would have an impact on the educational process.
The dialogue between civilizations requires that all parties be aware of its importance. There should be respect for the other and tolerance of differences.


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