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To avoid the danger of religious state we must keep clerics away from power. They also must be prevented from running for presidential elections. The state must also stop controlling religious institutions and appointing the Shaykh of the Azhar.
AWR visited Father Mattá to hear about the sectarian violence in Jabal al-Tayr, Minia. Al-Miṣrī al-Yawm interviewed Bishop Bīshūy, General Secretary of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The author talks about Dr. Rafīq Ḥabīb opinion’s regarding the Muslim Brotherhood’s political platform and the contradictory opinion of Dr. Andrea Zakī.
The author interviewed Dr. Rafīq Ḥabīb, an Evangelical writer, and discussed his political opinions and his relation with the Muslim Brotherhood and their political party’s platform.
In the article, scores of thinkers comment on the proposed platform of the political party of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group.
The Azhar, the Coptic Orthodox Church, and the Ministry of Interior all agree that religious data must appear on identity cards, but the National Council for Human Rights still insists on discussing the issue.
Dr. Rafīq Ḥabīb discusses the possibility that the current escalation in the regime’s confrontation against the Muslim Brotherhood may result in the extirpation of the group from the Egyptian society.
The recent arrest of Dr. ‘Isām al-‘Iryān, the head of the Political Office of the Muslim Brotherhood group, with another 15 key figures of the group has been reported as negatively impacting the establishment of their proposed political party. Some intellectuals regard the arrest as no more than a...
A 25-year-old Muslim man’s conversion to Christianity provokes heated debates and creates uproar in Christian and Muslim communities.
The author argues that it is rather impossible to call for a “secular” state in Arab and Muslim countries because democracy can never be adopted when there is a pre-existing religious background. The author suggests that a civil state based on democracy may work instead.


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