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Over two days, Sālim al-Sharīf presents two papers that were discussed in the Coptic Conference for activating citizenship rights in Egypt. He presents the papers of Ihāb ‘Azīz, the head of the Coptic-American Friendship Association, and that of Dr. Nabīl cAbd al-Malik, the head of the Canadian...
The first Coptic conference was held in Cairo in the presence of representatives of Coptic expatriates’ organizations and other national figures. The conference called for effectuating citizenship rights and denounced all forms of discrimination.
Ahmad al-Sa‘dāwī reports on a conference that will be organized in Cairo soon, which will discuss Coptic grievances.
The first conference of the Middle East Freedoms Forum was held in Cairo under the title: “Where is Egypt heading?” The following lines present information about the participants and the main subjects that were discussed during the conference.
Press releases in Egyptian newspapers last week highlighted the repercussions to the conference on citizenship that was organized by the National Council for Human Rights. Many reporters considered the conference to be one of a long queue of intellectual fruitless gatherings.
Nabīl ‘Abd al-Malik attempts to sail deeper to the roots of the current socio-political, economic, and cultural crises storming the Arab and Islam worlds. He believes that Egypt, at the heart of both worlds, is affected by the changes taking place in the region, which appears in the sectarian...
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies [CIHRS] has sent an appeal to the president of the republic and the speakers of both houses of Parliament called to amend Article Two of the Constitution that states that Islam is the religion of the state and Islamic sharīʿā is the main source of...
Nabīl ‘Abd al-Malik suspects that certain articles of the Egyptian constitution will be amended while others will be left untouched. He believes that a whole integrated constitution has to be established to follow a unified political philosophy that respects the rights of all citizens, especially...
Nabīl ‘Abd al -Malik criticizes the Egyptian constitution for not providing a healthy political environment that protects Copts and women against discrimination. He calls to enact a new constitution that ensures freedom for all citizens and respects international agreements.
The author discusses citizen’s rights in his country, and the possibility of fulfilling these rights, asserting the need to make constitutional and political reform in Egypt and other countries in the region.

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