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The supreme administrative court supported the ruling of the Governor of Cairo to dissolve the Azhar Scholars Front and to form a temporary administrative council.
The supreme Administrative Court ruled in favor of canceling a previous ruling by the Governor of Cairo, which states the Azhar Scholars Front should be dissolved.
According to the report of the Human Rights Watch on Egypt, the government of President Hosni Mubarak intensified its efforts to exercise control over civil society institutions, harassing and restricting the activities of political parties, human rights and other nongovernmental organizations (...
The court of Administrative Justice, ruled that Dr. Ibrahim Al-Khuli should be able to return to his job as a professor at the Azhar University. Dr. Al-Khuli was dismissed from the Azhar University because he protested against the meetings of the Sheikh of the Azhar with rabbis.
This article gives an overview of the Egyptian/Arab Press, including English language media, about Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim and the Ibn Khaldoun Institute.
The Egyptian press remained quiet for a short period until the burst of controversy was generated as a result of the Thomas Friedman article in the New York Times on August 1st, article attacking Hosni Mubarak’s policies on the Camp David-II Summit, the corruption of the Egyptian government and its...
Subtitles: -The presidency of Shukri, Hamdi and Idris is not taken into consideration, -Al-Sha’ab and the papers of the party are suspended until the dispute is settled, -The file of the Labor Party is transferred to the General Prosecutor. The committee of parties decided not to take into...
The court of administrative judgment confirmed the invalidity of the dissolution of the Al-Azhar Scholars’ Front. The court ordered the hiring of a temporary administrative council for the Azhar Scholars’ Front...
The Administrative Jurisdiction Court took a decision to cancel the decision of firing a student in one of the secondary schools for refusing to take off her niqab.
A dialogue between Dr. Maurice Asad, who has known Dr. William Sulaymān Qilāda for probably more then 50 years, and Drs. Kees Hulsman, who also knew Dr. Qilāda personally.

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