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Background: Yūsuf al-Badrī is an Egyptian Islamic preacher, formerly a member of the People’s Assembly and is said to be closely related to the Muslim Brotherhood, although he himself denies this time and again. At the start of the interview, the shaykh says he wants to address to the public that...
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.
Cherchez la femme…a saying that directly applies to talk on the unified law on personal status affairs for Christian denominations in Egypt, now that each time women surface on the focal point of events, the society becomes more confused and male propensity against women becomes more prevalent.
This article deals with the recent Church refusal and Pope’s Shenouda’s comments concerning the ruling of the Egyptian Court saying that re-marriage should be granted to divorcees who were divorced within legal bounds.
The administrative judiciary court considers the appeal over a unified law draft for Copts’ personal status.
‘Abd al- Rahīm ‘Alī traces the history of the emergency law in Egypt. He also examines the terrorist attacks that rocked Egypt from 1981 through 1990, arguing that the emergency law failed to defeat terrorism.
Contrary to the expectations of many, the muftī of the republic, Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘a has apologized for not participating in the newly-formed Interfaith Dialogue Committee affiliated with the Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy.
The author comments on the issue of Islam-West dialogue. He approaches some Egyptian scholars to comment on whether such dialogue can lead to cooperation between the two parties.
The article discusses how the American Agency for International Development (AID) intervenes in the education system of Egypt with the agreement of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP). University professors comment on such intervention.
The author provides a commentary on the Muslim Brotherhood, criticizing its actions and beliefs, and warning that it is gaining substantial ground toward becoming the political leaders of perhaps multiple Arab nations.


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