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The first conference of the Middle East Freedoms Forum was held in Cairo under the title: “Where is Egypt heading?” The following lines present information about the participants and the main subjects that were discussed during the conference.
The article discusses the Egyptian Declaration of Citizenship Rights and highlights the new draft law for houses of worship that the author hopes will reach parliament.
The article discusses the General Citizenship Conference, and the resulting Egyptian Declaration of Citizenship.
The General Citizenship Conference was held on November 25, 2007 and was sponsored by the National Council for Human Rights. The Egyptian press covered the incident from different viewpoints.
The author discusses a dispute between 29 Coptic families who were evicted from their land under the premise that it was state owned, and presents the opinion of the region’s governor on the issue, as well as Watani International’s critique of the way in which the dispute is being handled.
The author presents an appeal for the upcoming convention on citizenship rights, urging that the Church of Mar-Girgis, and its arduous struggle with obtaining registration, be recognized.
The article discusses the upcoming conference on citizenship rights in Cairo, arranged by the National Council for Human Rights.
The author discusses political reform in Egypt, and questions if it is even possible with the monopoly that the current ruling party enjoys in the political realm.
The author discusses a television program entitled, ‘King Farouk – Egypt’s last king,’ and the image of the monarchy as being inductive to driving Egypt toward development and pluralism.
The author discusses the tradition of Ramaḍān Ifṭār banquets, and the “rosy picture” that they present of Muslim-Christian relations.


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