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The writer comments on a statement found on the web site of Elaf. The statement discusses the procedures and measures taken by Washington to improve the educational standard in the Arab world.
Visiting the pilgrimage festival of Saint Dimyana in the Delta. A visit of two Egyptian journalists to the Netherlands organized by AWR.
A fight broke out yesterday in front of a London mosque between British extremists and supporters of Abu Hamza Al-Masry. Islamists said that “a number of white extremists” gathered near the mosque, a practice they had maintained since Abu Hamza became the imam. The extremists waved British flags...
On June 29-30, the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Developmental Studies held a conference to discuss reform in Egypt and the region. The conference was attended by members of the American and the Israeli embassies as well as representatives of USAID. During the conference, participants expressed their...
Father Henk van Ruijven (68), a good personal friend of mine, suddenly passed away. Henk had dedicated his live to Egypt and was a bridge builder who will be deeply missed.
The Foreign Press Association is in an illegal status, as it did not register itself under the Egyptian NGO law 84 of 2002. The organization organizes conferences and activities that are suspicious. It suspended deputy secretary-general Ismail De Coursac illegally. The association turned into a...
Despite all warnings of the activities of foreign NGOs in Egypt which, on the surface, provide medical, educational, agricultural and reclamation services to enhance living standards while in fact they aim at penetrating the Egyptian society by knowing all habits and comportments. Thirty-eight...
The article is about the four Egyptians who died at the attacks of the September 11. The author believes that their death proved that terrorism does not differentiate between an Egyptian and a foreigner, or between a Muslim and a Christian.
Coptic sources in California discovered that about seventy thousand young Coptic Egyptian men claimed that they were persecuted and submitted false reports stamped with fake stamps about their wives being raped to get access to work and obtain American citizenship.
The report notices "some recent positive developments in the promotion of religious freedom." The areas of church building and preparing new history textbooks for public school children are explicitly mentioned. However, the Commission finds that serious problems of discrimination against a number...

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