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During the latest International Cairo Book Fair, more than 13 books were banned from publication. This took place in spite of President Mubārak’s assertion to writers that no books would be banned without a judicial verdict. This year, many Arab publishers complained that many of their books were...
Some books at the Cairo International Book Fair were claimed to go against and be incompatible with the principles and morals of religion. This led a number of Muslim Brotherhood Members of Parliament and members of the Religious Committee at the People’s Assembly to demand a comprehensive revision...
The short visit of former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has caused disagreement between several national powers. Albright has written a very controversial report concerning the state of democracy in Egypt. Albright’s report has provoked a reaction from many parties, including the...
Shaykh Yousuf al-Badrī along with 10 lawyers filed a legal action before the State’s Council calling for invalidity of the Interior Ministry’s decision on handing over Costantine, who converted from Christianity to Islam, to the Church.
In an interview in Kul al-Arab (an Israeli newspaper published by the “Arab 48”), Muhammad Farīd Hasanīn, an Egyptian businessman and a third candidate for the Egyptian presidency launched a severe attack against Egypt accusing it of opaqueness and corruption.
In an interview with al-Maydān, the controversial Nawāl al-Sacdāwī reiterated some of her previously known views on polygamy, circumcision, as well as her plans to run for the Egyptian presidency.
The recent news regarding Dr. Sacd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm running for president raised numerous questions in the minds of many Egyptians. Some people accused him once again of disloyalty and illegally accepting foreign funds. Husām cAbd al-Hakam, a journalist at al-Maydān interviewed Dr. Ibrāhīm to ask him...
January 20, 2005 was a different day in the life of the 53-year-old mother Līza Yousuf Rizq. She announced that her five children and herself had converted to Islam a few days ago.
The increase in the number of the Coptic wives filing lawsuits before the court to get permission to remarry has led to annulling the ecclesiastical regulation that states that the wife whose husband is missing has to wait for 30 years for her husband before she is able to remarry. The article...
Some Islamic scholars believe the Arabic language to be the language of the people of paradise. They support this opinion by one of the Prophet’s hadiths, which is note proved to be a true hadith.

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