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Dr. Muḥammad Nūr Faraḥāt, professor of constitutional and international law, said that the youth movements do not have the adequate and required ability to propose alternatives in the current political scene, considering that the power possessed by the youth is limited to staging protests only.
Dr. Muḥammad Nūr Faraḥāt, professor of constitutional and international law, criticized in a post on his Facebook profile, the remarks made by the Egyptian President ʿAbd Al- Fattaḥ al- Sīsī on the human rights issue in Egypt. Dr. Faraḥāt made issued this criticism in a press conference with French...
Constitutional expert, Dr. Muhammad Nūr Farahāt, said that the votes Muslim Brotherhood followers and the Copts will cast in the upcoming presidential elections 2018 will play a crucial role in determining Egypt’s future ruler, commenting on talks over potential candidates.  According to Farahāt,...
Egyptian media are full of reports on the work of the current Constituent Assembly. On November 22, Arab-West Report met with Rev. Dr. Safwāt al-Bayādī, President of the Protestant Churches in Egypt and member of the Constituent Assembly. Arab-West Report had previously attended a conference of...
(Right) now all the political groups in Egypt conform to one main principle, which is to make sure that every part of society is represented in the constituent assembly that will draft the Egyptian constitution. There is no doubt that this principle is credible as long as it is implemented...
The editors-in-chief of various newspapers held a conference to “confront Al-fitnah al-tā’ifīyah” and oppose issues threatening national security on Sunday at the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate. They called for a unified law for the building of all places of worship and the removal of the “religion...
The author interviews the under-secretary of the People’s Assembly Dr. Zaynab Radwān on her recent call for a legislation to make the testimony of men and women equal.
Sūfī leaders in Egypt have debated a U.S. conference on international Sūfism, fearing it might lead to the spread of the Shī‘ī creed in the country.
The issue of Muslims who are recruited into foreign armies and their participation in the wars taking place in Muslim countries is under discussion by the Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy.
Muḥammad Nūr reports on the opinions of Egyptian Muslim scholars about a recent Fatwá allowing time-limited marriage contracts.

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