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  ‘Abd al-Wahāb Sha‘bān suggests that intellectuals’’ overuse of the term “citizenship” has led to a fake face of enlightenment without underlying substance.
Al-Wafd interviews Dr. Ahmad Jamāl Abū al-Majd asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Al-Wafd interviews Muhammad Abū al-Ghār, Head of March 9th Movement, concerning the reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
The Head of al-Wafd, Mahmūd Abāzah, advocates that Muslims and Christians should try their best to solve their tensions without depending on religious leaders. According to him, the lack of religious tolerance in the educational system is the direct reason for the sectarian strife between religious...
This article discusses the demonstration outside the Egyptian Parliament building following the shooting at Nag Hammadi. The protest was organized by the independent National Commission for Confronting Sectarian Violence. The demonstration called for equal rights for Copts throughout Egypt, and...
The Secretary General of al-Wafd party responds to declarations of the Speaker of the People’s Assembly about Copts in Egyptian politics and society.
Mamdūh Ramzī, in this interview with al-Wafd, talks about his request to form a committee for Christian law to represent the Copts in the Syndicate of Lawyers. In addition, he describes the Muslim-Christian relationship as fragile and fake.
Robeir al-Faris provides a round up of the Cairo press this month. He covers the case of the murder trial of Marwa al-Shirbīni which is taking place in Germany, looking in particular at an article written by Ibrāhīm Isá in al-Dustūr that reflects on the Egyptian reaction to the case. Al-Faris also...
Al-Wafd discusses the unified law for building houses of worship.
The draft law for a unified houses of worship law has sat in parliament for the last four years but has never been discussed. In 2008, Watanī newspaper itself launched a campaign calling for the law to be effectuated, as part of the campaign Watanī asked a number of MPs for their opinion on the...

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