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In the Egyptian-American relations, Washington is waving the Copts' paper to exert pressure on Egypt, ostensibly to defend the partners of the homeland, while the hidden purpose behind it is rather political. The evidence is that during the Muslim Brotherhood, the Copts were subjected to...
Headline: Fatwá Shedding al-Barād‘ī’s Blood: Egypt is under the Rule of Law, and We are Not in the Jāhilīyah Age Source: Rose al-YūsufPages: 20Author: Karam JabrKeywords: al-Barād‘ī ------------------------------------- Headline: Economic Relations between the Islamic World and the West [in the...
Cornelis Hulsman, co-founder of Arab-West Report, is planning to return to The Netherlands in September 2009 and has decided that the AWR editorials will be written with the English language editor. Gaza has obviously been a recurrent theme in many of the articles in this week’s issue and that is...
The issue of rising sectarian tensions in Egypt is something that must be addressed directly and not shied away from, writes Hulsman in this week’s editorial.
The author condemns a recent cell phone video that was meant to damage national unity. He calls to find the individuals responsible for making it, and have them stand trial.
Karam Jabr calls on members of the Shūrá Council to approve the draft law to ban demonstrations in houses of worship, explaining the useful impact of this law on the performance of mosques and churches.
Drs. Hulsman discusses a number of articles that deal with a recent European Parliamentary resolution, highlighting the condition of human rights in Egypt, and the subsequent media uproar that followed in the Egyptian press. He further points to a number of articles that refer to the condition of...
Karam Jabr urges Muslims to congratulate their Coptic friends, neighbors and colleagues on the occasion of Christmas.
The author – Karam Jabr – praises recent elections of the Journalists’ Syndicate’s board of directors, in which none of Brotherhood-affiliated members have won a seat. Jabr believes that the former board, which had some Islamists in it, had frozen activities of the syndicate except for holding...
Karam Jabr reflects on the fuss that was created over the statements of the Coptic billionaire Najīb Sawīrus who gave out some remarks about Ḥijāb and the expansion of conservatism in the Egyptian streets.

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