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Conversion in Egypt is a complicated and thorny issue.
This report provides an overview of different human rights organizations in Egypt and th
Citizenship Committee examines the curriculum of various stages of education and of the Ministry of Endowments’ Institute of Du‘ā’ to purify them of any text that contravenes the values of human rights and the principle of acceptance of others.
Allegations in Alexandria resulted in Christians and Muslims throwing stones and bottles at each other. Christian scholar Muná Makram ‘Ubayd sees under-representation of Copts in political functions as the main reason to expect an escalation in the crisis between state and church Youssef Sidhom...
The third annual report of the National Council for Human rights is causing a division within the public even before its release.
This article explains that Ahmad Kamāl Abū al-Majd’s statements published in al-Masrī al-Yawm lead it to a war with Rose al-Yūsuf.
Hanān Badawī depicts the horror of the inhabitants of the village of Kafr Tuhurmus, after the spreading rumor of the kidnapping of girls.
The recommendations of a seminar on amending the Egyptian constitution called for amending article 2 of the Egyptian Constitution, after failing to achieve an agreement to omit it.
The author reports on the workshop conducted by the National Council for Human Rights on the religion entry on the Egyptian ID card.
The article discusses reasons for drafting a unified law for houses of worship. The author notes that this will solve sectarian problems that flare up in Egypt sometimes.


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