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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.
This report provides an overview of different human rights organizations in Egypt and th
Mustafá al-Fiqī: Egypt did not experience sectarian sedition during the days of late President ‘Abd al-Nāsir because he ruled with an iron fist. But now, with the scope of freedom of expression widening, it has begun to resurface.
This week’s articles about the reactions to the introspections of the Jihād Group showed an extent of sympathy for the conditions of Islamist detainees and even the ones who have just been released.
The article discusses Egypt’s recent appointment to the UN Human Rights Council. The authors wonder if it is a valid appointment, particularly when considering the fact that there are political parties within Egypt that use slogans that oppose the fundamental ideals of human rights and citizenship...
Muslims responding to terrorism, following the attacks in London and Sharm al-Sheikh and the dangers of identity politics.
The article discusses the second laymen’s conference to which Pope Shenouda has been invited.
The article deals with the operations of agricultural enterprises run by monasteries throughout Egypt. The focus falls on the recent growth of such enterprises and the high quality and low cost of the farm goods that come from them.
The author discusses a number of issues related to the Egyptian press, such as low salaries, level of professionalism among journalists, and where money for advertising comes from. The article focuses on the effects these issues have on press freedom and quality.
An article covering a seminar which took place at the Cairo Center for Human Rights on problems facing Copts in Egypt in which a number of famous Egyptian intellectuals participated.


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