Displaying 1 - 10 of 17.
 President Husnī Mubārak appointed 10 MPs to the new elected parliament, including 7 Copts. The appointees included one woman, 'Amīnah Shafīq, member of National Council for Women (NCW).  
The grand Imām of the Azhar’s declarations about the Islamic punishment imposed on people who spread rumors that hurt others has increased tension in press milieus. Journalists reacted fiercely to the grand Iimām’s declarations and called for his resignation.
The long political history of the Muslim Brotherhood group shows that they have never changed their strategy and their view of the other [religion]. Their current backing for a Coptic candidate, in the elections, is a tactical move aimed at overcoming their racist public image, although the Copts...
The First Attorney General of the High State Security Investigation Bureau, decided to renew the custody of Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, Head of the Ibn Khaldoun [Ibn Khaldūn] Center and treasurer of the Women-Voters Support Agency and Nādya ʿAbd al-Nūr, the Center’s financial manager.
Investigations into the activities of Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Director of the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Social Research, revealed new developments in the case. What the investigations and inquiries revealed is recounted in this article.
This article gives an overall view, based on different newspapers, of the case of the Ibn Khaldūn Center. Al-Ahrām wrote about the investigations of those who are involved with Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm. The press review ends with the comment of al-Ahālī and al-' 'Usbūʿ on the Americans' interference...
The author discusses citizenship rights in Egypt exposing the opinions of various Egyptian prominent figures during a seminar held by the High Council for Culture.
The Egyptian-German Dialogue held recently in Germany aimed at finding out how far the religious movement has affected democracy and diversity.
The article discusses the conditions of Muslims in Germany and the different attempts to get them integrated in German society.
The motivation, objectives and program of an RNSAW workshop for Egyptian journalists in cooperation with the Al-Ahram Institute for Regional Journalism. The workshop is financed by the Dutch Embassy and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and covers human rights issues, women, Western and Arab media, freedom...

Pages

Subscribe to