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  Is Islam responsible for the recent increase in sectarian violence against Coptic Christians? AWR Chief Editor Cornelis Hulsman responds in this week's editorial.      
[Editor AWR: Both Cardinal Patriarch Antonius Naguib (Cardinal of Coptic Catholic Church in Egypt) and AWR editor-in-chief Cornelis Hulsman were asked to give presentations about the place of Christians in Egypt today on occasion of "The Parlamentarischer Abend" (informal evening meeting of...
AWR was pleased to cooperate with Encounter, a program of ABC radio, Australia. For the interviews and transcript of ABC please check this address: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/encounter/stories/2011/3147651.htm#transcript  
My fifteen years living in Egypt has given me a lot of connections, including Egyptian diplomats, who are now providing me with stories about current developments in Egypt. It is very common among diplomats that they are ready to give visitors an off the record insight in what is happening in their...
According to the author, the July Revolution was not a revolution. Neither was it a military coupe or a movement; it was a mere usurpation of power. The author points out that corrupt and decadent regimes do not require much power to make it fall. He argues that had King Fārūq had enough zeal and...
Often when people emigrate from Egypt they leave certain problems behind but encounter new obstacles in their new country of residence believes Rev. Menes Abdel Nūr. However the pastor believes in spite of the fact that Pope Shenouda is a great preacher he should not have interfered in politics.
Dr. Muhammad Habīb, the Muslim Brotherhood’s group first deputy was interviewed by al-Dustūr newspaper about his views on the Egyptian regime, Turkey and the possibility of Jamāl Mubārak taking power.
The author discusses political reform in Egypt, and questions if it is even possible with the monopoly that the current ruling party enjoys in the political realm.
The author discusses a television program entitled, ‘King Farouk – Egypt’s last king,’ and the image of the monarchy as being inductive to driving Egypt toward development and pluralism.
Ayman Nūr writes a paper on how Egyptian constitutions and laws control the people’s freedom.


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