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Arab women have shown that women play a decisive role in revolutionary events. In Egypt women have been participating actively in the revolution, in the same way that they played an active role in the revolutions of January 25 and June 30, winning great respect because of the wonderful model they...
Egyptian print houses warned that the book publishing industry in Egypt is facing a bleak future, amid expectations of a decline of sales by more than 50 percent, and a rise in raw materials prices, since the Egyptian pound flotation, devaluing it against the US dollar, two months before the Cairo...
Yet another WikiLeaks lie claimed that Suzān Thābit, the wife of unseated president Husnī Mubārak, was Christian, as if Mubārak has lived all that time with her and did not know her real faith. The WikiLeaks report, referenced 05CAIRO3807 and dated 2005, alleged that Mrs. Mubārak is Christian,...
*/ A Wikileaks cable released on May 15, 2005 (no. 05CAIRO3807) has stated that Sūzān Mubārak, first lady of the former president Husnī Mubārak, is Christian.
                       The opening of the Darfur Reconstruction Conference in March 2010 recalled Egyptian-Sudanese Archpriest Filotheus Farag of al-Shaheedein. Filotheus preaches coexistence, acceptance, and love of all people, asserting it is God’s will to respect all cultures and he is renowned...
On October 11, 2009 Her Excellency Dr. Mrs. Jihān al-Sādāt presented a lecture to the Women’s Association of Cairo at the Oriental Hall of the American University of Cairo. During the lecture she highlighted the role of women’s rights and education as well as looking at her husband’s policies and...
Hānī Samīr reports on the claims of Ra’fat Samīr, head of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights office in Luxor, that Luxor Municipality has seized church lands.
The case of the illegal adoption of young Egyptian children has gained prominence in the press in recent weeks. The editorial looks at the issue and analyses its consequences.
Pope Shenouda III of the Coptic Orthodox Church calls on the Egyptian first lady to intervene to end the problem of converts who want to re-embrace Christianity at governmental institutes.
A press conference was organized by the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organisation to give reporters an opportunity to meet Camilia Lutfi and her twin sons Andrew and Mario. However the mother and her children did not turn up.

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