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This report by Arab-West Report explains the context of the massive destruction of churches and Christian institutions in Egypt in August 2013.
This book was first published in 2012 by CIDT in Arabic. It was later translated into English, expanded with texts of Nushin Atmaca and Patricia Prentice and edited by Cornelis Hulsman with help of Jenna Ferrecchia and Douglas May.
On May 14, 2012 the Center for Arab West Understanding (CAWU) discussed the results of its months-long study of Article Two in the Egyptian Constitution. These were presented publically at the Association for Upper Egypt, in the Ramsis area of downtown Cairo.
(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 lawsuit filed by Mamdūḥ Nakhlah against the Egyptian government harms the fundamental issue of equality in the building of houses of worship and incites people against the proposed law.
The article presents the views of some intellectuals and Islamic scholars on the issue of Christians who converted to Islam and then decided to return to Christianity for personal and worldly factors.
The author discusses the “much-need” unified law for building houses of worship and the difficulties that it is facing in parliament. He highlights some human rights organization’s agenda for the law.
The following lines present a historic background of the two “exodus” of the Jews from Egypt. While some argue that the second exodus of the Jews was a result of persecution at the hands of the Egyptian government following the revolution of 1952, others suggest that it was the branch of the...
While all Egyptians seem to agree on the importance of applying principles of citizenship and equality, and while everyone is calling for a more active role in political situations and the less political nature of religious institutions, many still argue about amending article two of the...
After Dr. Ahmad Kamāl Abū al-Majd’s proposition regarding amendments to the political constitutional, the Human Rights Council witnessed disagreements among its members. The following lines shed light on some of the Council members’ opinions.


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