Displaying 1 - 12 of 12.
In March 2007, a referendum changed several articles of the Egyptian Constitution.
Nabīl Louqā Bibāwī, a Christian member of the Shura Council and professor of Criminal Law, said Wafā’ Costantine’s conversion to Islam and return to Christianity has taken place through the tolerant precept of Islam that suggests “fending off harms is of priority to bringing about gains.” That...
Shock shrouded political circles in Egypt after Abd al-Halim Qandil, the Executive Editor-in-Chief of al-Arabi newspaper, the mouthpiece of the opposition Nasserite Party, was kidnapped, beaten and left stark naked on the Cairo-Suez desert highway on the dawn of November 2, 2004. Hundreds of public...
The author argues that the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood and emigrant Copts may lead to a religious crisis.
The author argues that some demands of expatriate Copts are contradictory. While they call for the establishment of a secular state, they call for a percentage quota for Copts in the different institutions of the state, which the author sees as a sectarian approach.
Discussion of the recommendations of the Montreal Conference for Coptic Associations and Activists, held on April 7-9, 2006, in Montreal, Canada.
The author analyses the statement of the recent Coptic conference that was held in Montreal, Canada, last April.
The author explores the historic and political context into which the text naming Islamic sharica as the main source of legislation within Egypt was introduced.
The author points out that Sayyid Qutb picked up his ideology while in the West and adds that the clash between the U.S. and religious ideology erupted only when the wing led by Bin Lādin revolted and went astray.
In the previous articles in Usbua reference was made to this article. The RNSAW found the text and translated it for its readers. Maurice Sadek is accused of demanding foreign intervention to protect the Copts of Egypt. Sadek explains his views.
A number of prominent Egyptian figures oppose Lord Alton’s intended visit to Egypt.
The Coptic lawyer Morris Sadeq is suing a Coptic researcher who described Sadeq’s actions as violence against the state.
Subscribe to