Persons

Terms:Persons

List of persons names (and their functions) used in AWR-Articles

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Name Function
ʿAmr Manṣūr [Amr Mansour]

TV-host on al-Tahrir channel (Egypt)

ʿAmr Ramaḍān

Egypt’s permanent UN representative

ʿAmr Sulaymān

Free Egyptian Party

ʿAmr ʿAbd al-Ḥād
ʿAmr ʿAbd al-Ḥamīd

Head of the Desert Research Center in Marsa Matrouh.

ʿAmr ʿAbd al-Samīʿa (Dr.)

Author

ʿAmr ʿAbd Allāh

Shī’ah activist

ʿAmr ʿAlī Ḥassan [Amr Ali Hassan] (Dr.)
ʿAmr ʿIzzāt [Amr Ezzat]

Researcher at Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights [EIPR]

ʿAmru al-Miṣrī [Amr el-Misry]

He is an Egyptian journalist who works for the Middle East News Agency (MENA), the official Egyptian news agency. He was the agency’s  correspondent in Ankara between 2013 and 2016.

ʿAmrū al-Shūbakī (Dr.)

Researcher at the al-Ahrām Center for Political & Strategic Studies

ʿAmrū Ḥamzāwī (Amr Hamzawi) (Dr.)

political activist, former MP in Egypt's parliament , and president of the political party Egypt of Freedom

ʿAmrū Mūsa (Arab League)
ʿAmrū ʿAmār [Amr Amar]

Egyptian colone, author of "The Secret Civilian Occupation Plan of January 25 and the U.S.’ Marines" (Dec. 2013)

ʿAmrū ʿĀshūr
ʿAnān Jalālī (Dr.)
ʿAntār ʿAbd al-Laṭīf

Author

ʿĀrif al-Dabīs

Author; Journalist

ʿĀṣim al-Dusūqī (Dr.)

Egyptian Historian; Specialized in contemporary history of economic and social development; Former dean of the Faculty of Arts at Helwan University; Member of the Egyptian Society for Historical Studies

ʿAṭā Allāh Ḥannā (Archimandrite )

Greek Orthodox Archimandrite in the patriarchate of Jerusalem

ʿĀṭif Aḥmad (Dr.)

Author; Nationalist Intellectual

ʿĀṭif al-Bannā (Dr.)

Professor of Constitutional law at Cairo University Member of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, Bar Association and al-Wafd Party.

ʿĀṭif al-Ghamrī

Author

ʿĀṭif al-Kaylānī

Author

ʿĀṭif al-Maʿṣarānī (Pastor)
ʿĀṭif al-ʿIrāqī (Dr.)

Intellectual; Professor of Islamic philosophy at Cairo University; Author

ʿĀṭif Bishāy

Author; Scenarist

ʿĀṭif Fārūq

Author; Journalist

ʿĀṭif Ḥilmī (Mr.)

Author; Journalist

ʿĀṭif Kīrillus Yūsuf

He filed a lawsuit against Pope Shenouda to get permission to remarry

ʿĀṭif Mihannā
ʿĀṭif Najīb
ʿĀṭif Ṣidqī (Dr.)

Egyptian Prime Minister (1986-1996)

ʿĀṭif ʿAbd al-Ghanī

Author

ʿĀṭif ʿAwwād (Dr.) (Institute of Coptic Studies)

Pofessor of Coptic Architecture at Coptic Studies Institute.

ʿĀṭif ʿAwwād (Lawyer an Politician)

Lawyer; political activist and member of the Assembly of Egypt culture and dialogue

ʿĀṭif ʿIzzat Zakī

Killed in the incidents of al-Kushḥ / Sohag (January 2000)

ʿĀṭif ʿUbayd (Dr.)

Deputy in Shura Council; Egyptian Prime Minister (1999-2004)

ʿAṭīyya Fayyāḍ

Islamic jurisprudence Professor at the Azhar University

ʿAṭīyya Ṣaqr (Shaykh)

Islamic Scholar; Author

ʿAwaḍ Kāmil
ʿAwāṭif ʿAbd al-Raḥmān

a veteran professor of journalism

ʿAwnī Barsūm (Dr.)

Professor of canonical law at the Coptic Orthodox Theological Seminary

ʿAwnī Louis (Awny Louis)

Member of the Plymouth Brethren (Protestant denomination). 

ʿĀyida Fāyyiz [Ayidah Fayiz]
ʿĀyida Naṣīf (Dr.)
ʿĀyida Sayf al-Dawla (Dr.)

Assistant professor of psychiatry, member of the Al-Nadim Center for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence

ʿAyyād Musʿad

First Egyptian chairman of the Arab West Foundation in Almere, Netherlands (2005-2007)

ʿAzab Muṣṭafā (Dr.)

Member of the Muslim Brotherhood, former member of the Egyptian Parliament

ʿAzīz Ḥannā (Bishop)
ʿAzīz Mikhāʾil al-Mallawānī
ʿAzīz Mīrzā

formerly the Editor-in-chief of al-Ahrām newspaper

ʿAzīz Murjān (Rev.)

Pastor; Head of the Assembly of the Pentecostal Church

ʿAzīz Sūriyyāl ʿAṭiyya (Dr.)

Professor specialized in Coptic studies; Compiler of the "Coptic Encyclopedia"

ʿAzīza Abū al-Ghayṭ Ṣaqr

Woman farmer, lives in the village of Nakla

ʿAzīza Ḥussayn

Director of The Egyptian Society for the Prevention of Harmful Practices to Woman and Child  (ESPHP).

ʿAzīz al-ʿAẓma

(*1947) Syrian historian, grandson of Yūsuf al-ʿAẓma

ʿAzmī Badawī

General director of security (Egypt)

ʿAzza al-ʿAshmāwī

Secretary General of the National Council for Children and Mothers

ʿĀʾiḍ al-Qarnī (Shaykh)
ʿĀʾisha ʿAzmī
ʿĪd Labīb

Christian Businessman, Representative of Pope Shenouda in the Customary Conciliation Commission

ʿĪd Ṣalāḥ
ʿIkrima Saʿīd Ṣabrī (Shaykh)

Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and Palestine (1994-2006)

ʿIlwī Amīn (Dr.)
ʿImād (Christian Youth from Maḥalla al-Kubrā)

Stabbed father Stephanus Ṣubḥī in al-Maḥallah al-Kubrá

ʿImād Abū Ghāzī

The minister of culture in Egypt

ʿImād al-Dīn Ḥussayn (Editor-in-Chief - Egypt)
ʿImād al-Fiqī

Author

ʿImād al-Ghazālī

Author

ʿImād al-Rikābī (Head of Investigation Dept. in Alexandria Police)
ʿImād Bāsīlī

Author

ʿImād Felix

A lawyer, particpated in a roundtable discussion initiated by AWR on the amendment of Art. 2 of the Constitution (see AWR-Paper Nr. 40 )

 

ʿImād Ḥijāb

Author

ʿImād Ḥussayn (Journalist)
ʿImād Ḥussayn Ḥassan (Politician)

Deputy interior minister and former head of the Police Academy

ʿImād Khalīl
ʿImād Khayra

Author

ʿImād Makkī

Author; Editor and founder of the news agency America in Arabic in Washington

ʿImād Nazīh
ʿImād Samīr ʿAwwād (Eng.)

Coptic activist and journalist living in the USA

ʿImād Shāhīn [Emad Shahin] (Prof. Dr.)

Egyptian professor for political science

ʿImād Ṭaha

Author

ʿImād Taklā

reporter in the Copts Daily Digest

ʿImād ʿAbd al-Ghaffūr [Emad Abdel Ghaffour] (Dr.)

former head of the Salafi Al-Watan party

ʿImād ʿAwnī

owner of Aman Group

ʿImād ʿAzmī Grays

Author; Journalist

ʿImād ʿĪssā Jirjis [Emad Isa Girgis]

He was reported by Sawt al-Ummah to haven seeken top security agency's help to complete his procedures to convert to Islam, [ Ref. AWR, 2005, week 37, art. 24]

ʿInāya Aḥmad

The Qinā branch of the National Women Council coordinator 

ʿIrīyān Labīb Ḥannā

Author

ʿIṣām Ḥamīd (Imam)
ʿIṣām Musulinī (Member of ‘urfī panel)
ʿIṣmat Zaqlama (Dr.)

Coptic Activist; Head of the Coptic Foundation

ʿIṣmat ʿAbd al-Majīd (Dr.)

Secretary-general of the League of Arab States (1991-2001); Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs (1984-1991)

ʿĪssā bin Salmān

First King of Bahrain 

ʿĪssā Jirjis (Dr.)

Head of the Victoria Hospital; Member of the Coptic Orthodox Majlis al-Millī author

ʿIṣṣām al- Ḥaḍarī [Essam al-Hadary] (Egyptian footballer)
ʿIṣṣām al-Badawī (Governor of al-Minyā)
ʿIṣṣām al-Dīn Ḥassan
ʿIṣṣām al-Ḥaddād

Member of the Muslim Brotherhood 

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