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This paper begins by reviewing Egypt’s post-2011 transition prior to 2013, which includes briefs on the 2011-2012 parliamentary elections, the 2012 presidential elections, and unrest and sectarian violence during the period between Ḥusnī Mubārak’s overthrow and the summer of 2013.
Former AWR intern David Grant reports on the state of Egyptian journalism at the present time; highlighting common themes, problems and dilemnas. He concludes his analysis with a look forward to how the Egyptian print media may develop in the next five years.
Du‘ā’ Mahmūd reports about the foreign policies in European countries.
The author wonders how a simple piece of cloth – the hijāb – covering Muslim women’s heads can create so much controversy. She believes that it has a certain political significance as well as its religious importance.
Arab-West Report presented a text for Wikipedia on the background of Abu Fana.
Drs. Hulsman comments on the reactions of Christian organizations to the recent sectarian incidents in Egypt.
The chancellor of the Azhar University is expected to participate in a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI and the chief rabbi of Israel at the International meeting for peace.
The authors criticize the head of Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm for claiming that he is a human rights activist in Egypt, when he has noticeably been adopting different political approaches to suit his personal interests.
The Egyptian regime does not restrict freedom of opinion and did not prevent Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm from expressing his distorted ideas in Egyptian newspapers.
The article presents the opinions of Islamic scholars on Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘ah ’s Fatwá that allows Muslims to convert.


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