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In an interview with al-Ahrām, vice president of the National Council of Human Rights, Dr. Ahmad Kamāl Abu al-Majd discusses the main four issues of concern to the council. He pays special attention to the basic rights of the citizen and Islamic preaching and institutions.
The Citizenship Committee of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) has placed a number of Muslim-Christian issues, including the proposed law on houses of worship in Egypt, at the top of its agenda.
Analysis of the attacks on churches in Alexandria in which one man was killed, skepticism that the man was actually ‘deranged’, as claimed by the Ministry of the Interior and condemnation of the culture of fanaticism that leads to such events.
Some people argue that the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights is a puppet council, controlled by the Egyptian government. Much to the surprise of its critics, the council has successfully managed to address issues of public concern, such as emergency laws, the Coptic dossier,...
The Dialogue Committee at the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs has announced a draft bill on respect of religions and prevention of contempt for the beliefs of ‘the other’. The draft will be presented at the next session of the UN General Assembly.
The government’s National Council for Human Rights has issued its second annual report, which criticized the emergency law, in effect for 25 years, calling on the government to stop all such exceptional laws.
It was a brave initiative on the part of Saint Agidius Association to choose to swim against the stream that exists in the West and invite Muslims to meet Christians in Rome. The reason why the association convened the meeting quickly was the strong campaign against Islam and Muslims in the western...
Tomorrow the activities of the Islamic-Christian summit will start in the Vatican. A large number of Islamic intellectuals and Christian clergymen will take part in it to study the ways of dealing with the negative consequences of the attacks in the United States and its effect on the relationship...
Fahmī Huwaydī’ wrote an excellent comment on the recent Muslim-Christian tensions in Alexandria. Comment on discussions about conversions from Islam to Christianity.  Aḥmad Abū al-Majd believes citizenship and democracy are ‘empty slogans’ in Egypt.
Contrary to the expectations of many, the muftī of the republic, Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘a has apologized for not participating in the newly-formed Interfaith Dialogue Committee affiliated with the Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy.


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