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Some political researchers and analysts comment on the attitude of the Brotherhood towards the war on Iraq and its relation with the Egyptian government, which has been proved to be pragmatic. The group´s attitude towards the war is not at all in accordance with its slogan “Jihad for the sake...
The gory bombings that targeted tourist areas in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh should prompt a reconsideration of our frequently superficial ideas about terrorism.
The culture of violence is the set of values, set in a specific time and space promoting physical and attitudinal violence along a spectrum, against individuals or properties, or symbols.
The anti-Semitism law is an example of the inefficient Arab observation to the drafts of laws presented to the Congress and the failure to forming lobbies to try to hold talks with the American administration in order to discuss the laws that could afflict the interests of non-American governments...
The National Coptic American Committee issued a report including accusations about all the leaders of Egyptian churches and distorting the integral body of Copts. The article gives the comments of some Egyptian researchers interested in national unity and in the Coptic issue. The RNSAW received a...
A discussion of sectarian tensions and citizenship rights in Egypt, based on a discussion on Watani Forum.
An analysis of religion-based political violence reveals that its primary cause is the Copts’ starting to reveal their grievances; domestically, and not as a continuation of the hard line taken by some émigré Copts. These émigrés highlight some incidents that involve Copts without exploring the...
The most dangerous virus in the body of Egyptian media outlets is the absence of freedom. Egyptian media functions as an instrument of political propaganda for the ruling elite. Egyptian media is mainly concerned with glorifying the Egyptian ruler, regardless of the name of the president of the...
An animated session of Watani Forum hosted a round-table discussion on Christians of the Arab World. Participating were a number of Egyptian intellectuals and religious figures, as well as Lebanese Jesuit Brother Danny Younis.
The Norwegian Academy for Arts and Freedom of Expression granted its annual award to the Egyptian Dr. Viviane Fouad and Dr. Samir Marcus [Editor: a married couple], in recognition of their distinguished efforts in the field of understanding between Muslims and Christians in Egypt during the past...

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