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A review of Robert al-Faris’ review of Naguib Mahfouz’s previously banned novel, “Awlad Haretna” from a Christian perspective.
Dr. Ikrām Lam‘ī examines the similarities between Father Matta al-Maskīn and Nagīb Mahfūz.
The author refutes claims made by figures in the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group that Egyptian novelist Najīb Mahfūz has come from under the group’s cloak, arguing that Mahfūz’s relations with the Brotherhood have never been good as they claim.
70 fanatics in Alexandria were arrested on suspicions of belonging to al-Qā‘idah. The Islamic group claims that they are innocent of the attempt to assassinate the author Nagīb Mahfūz.
The Evangelical Church in Misr al-Jadīda has planned to screen the movie, ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ and to follow the screening with a panel discussing the contents of the book, upon which the movie was based.
Tawfīq Hanna rereads Mahfouz’s novel ‘Awlād Hāritna [Children of the Alley] from America where he lives. This novel is a protest against all forms of oppression and injustice.
Egyptians are no longer peaceful people, is the idea that Ramzī Zaqlama is explaining in his column in Al- Wafd. He attended a lecture at the cathedral were it was discussed along with Copts problems.
A cassette tape which attacks Christians and writers is being sold on the streets.
The author presents a meeting between Ahmad ‘Abd al- Mu‘ti Hijāzī a famous Egyptian poet and the muftī in which Hijāzī talked about the relationship between scholars, extremism and terrorism. The muftī boasted that all those who proved to be extremists or terrorists were not graduates of...
A number of Egyptian civil society organizations receive millions of dollars in annual funding from foreign bodies. Many questions arise regarding the state supervision of these NGOs and the role of the Ministry of Social Solidarity in this regard.


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