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The article talks about Nawāl al-Sa‘dāwī’s works that attack God and religion, and her false claims.
al-Maydān reports about Nawāl al-Sa‘dāwī’s new book.
Asharq al-Awsat revealed that the American consul visited Ibrahim in the prison’s hospital and relieved his worry. He promised Ibrahim that the American embassy would take care of his case in his capacity as an American citizen. al-Musawwar and al-Ah...
The Prosecutor General ordered the freezing of the judicial investigation of Nawal al-Sa’adawi, concerning the notification, lawyer Nabih al-Wahish introduced against her. After the investigation he ordered her acquittal because nothing in the notification indicated that she had committed an...
Nawal al- Sa’adawi started defending herself against the apostasy charges directed at her. She issued a statement in which she criticized the defamation campaign launched against her by a weekly paper. It was reported that she backed down on her decision to confront Mohammed Hassan al-Alfi,...
The General Prosecutor declared that Nawal al-Sa’adawi will be tried on June 18. al-Sa’adawi said that her expected trial was biased and wronged Islām and Egypt in general. She added that it was not plausible that she was going to be tried because of a misinterpreted interview.
An apostasy claim against Nawal al- Sa’adawi -following the publishing of an interview in which she criticized Islām - stirred up a social debate on her opinions and raised fears for her life. al-Sa’adawi contested what she called perfectly set traps of the yellow papers in collusion with...
Are women allowed to be heads of states under Islamic sharī‘a? The decision of well-known feminist, Dr. Nawāl al-Sa‘dāwī, to run for president during the elections of 2004 was opposed by a large number of Muslim scholars, who argue that the physiological nature of women prevents them from...
Interview with controversial writer and feminist Nawāl al- Sa‘dāwī.
The West’s double standards on freedoms have given the issue of the hijāb a political dimension, well-known Egyptian writer and feminist, Dr. Nawāl al-Sa‘dāwī argues.

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