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I was sitting shyly in front of our great, departed writer Tawfīq al-Hakīm, including our greatest writers elites: Dr. Hūssain Fawzī, Dr. Zaki Naguīb Mahūd, Naguīb Mahfūz, Salāh Tāher, Yūsuf Idrīs, Tharwat Abāza, and Dr Louis `Awad.
Sulaymān Shafīq presents a brief overview of the history of Waṭanī since its establishment in 1958 until now. He divides the developments of the 49-year old institution into four main phases.
In Fathī Ghānim’s famous novel Bint Min Shubrā [A girl from Shubrā], a Muslim man, Karīm Safwān, says, "Shubrā can never be Shubrā without Sainte Teresa." Asked by the Christian woman Maria Sandro whether he knows Saint Teresa, Safwān replies that: "My mother told me that her brother Bassyounī goes...
A lawsuit started by a lawyer against Dr. Nawal Sa’adawi to separate her from her husband raised a number of questions about the intentions and secret agendas of some lawyers and the interest groups supporting them. There is an organized group whose main concern may be to start such lawsuits...
The separation of a husband and wife as a result of one of them leaving Islam is not directly based on the Qur’an or Mohammed’s tradition, but rather on jurisprudence conclusion that since the apostate is no longer a Muslim, and since a Muslim female cannot marry a non-Muslim male, they are to be...
Dr. Adel Sabour Shahin said that Nawal Al-Sa’adawi was a heretic and a communist who does not believe in God. Dr. Suade Salah, the former dean of the Faculty of Islamic Studies, said that her opinions are considered a deviation from religion as she denied one of the main essentials in Islam, that...
The extremist groups are trying everyday to break the blockade that was imposed by the government and the people after they had suffered from their actions. In each new attempt to break this blockade they now try to use a new method. The members of the new kind of extremism are calling themselves...
The writer lists a series of incidents at the Cairo University faculty supposedly carried out by Islamic groups at the university and insists that they are a cancer that may spread and destroy many good young people, and must therefore be gotten rid of.
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