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The visit which the Minister of Education and some officials in his ministry paid to the US gives more space to what has been said about the US asking Arab and Islamic countries to change their pre-university educational curricula as it allegedly promote terrorism and extremism. The article...
There is a great respect in Egyptian schoolbooks for Christian religion, although there is only little information on its faith and life. There is excellent information on the early history of the Copts in Egypt, but almost no information about the Christian minority after the conquest of Egypt....
An overview of a book, “Crossroads,’ written by the Minister of Education. The book comments on the reality of the Arab world and the Egyptian society.
In this article, the Egyptian Minister of Education comments on the fear that the United States will start interfering in the education system of Arab countries like Egypt because they embrace Islam as the national religion. He said that no person, government or organization has the right to...
Dr. Bibāwī argues that Egyptian textbooks, across all educational stages from primary to undergraduate, have deliberately ignored Coptic history from 58 CE to 640 CE.
The author argues that some Azharites have close connections to political Islam groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood.
Education—a vitally important issue on the reform agenda—is one of the most widely-discussed topics. A new vision and a bold policy are required to produce a new generation of Egyptians who can grasp modern-day variables and deal in the latest technology. Our public education is still hostage to...
Brotherhood Parliamentary members want to discuss the budget allocated to the Azhar and the educational syllabuses taught in the Azhar University. On the grounds that the Grand Imam cannot be asked, they will question Dr. Atif Ebeid about omitting Jihad verses from the educational syllabuses of the...
The article is an interview with Egyptian Minister of Education Dr. Hussein Kamel Bahaa Eddin. The interview discusses a number of issues such as whether the U.S. interfered in [Egypt’s] educational curricula, whether religious extremist factions have succeeded in penetrating the teaching ranks,...
Democracy is the keyword in the crisis of the veil in France Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim discusses the crisis caused by the French draft law banning Muslim women from wearing head covers in French public schools and institutions He argues that people should not overlook the great significance lying...

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