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An article on Father Christian Van Nispen, the Dutch Jesuit priest who loves Egypt and respects Islam.
Dr. Ahmad Kamāl Abū al-Majd, former vice president of the National Council for Human Rights, leaves the National Council for Human Rights. Abū al-Majd described the decision to leave as relieving because he had spent six years in the council, being responsible for human rights issues in Egypt.
The article deals with modernizing religious discourse in Egypt.
In its reporting on the incidents of Naj‘ Hammādī, the press focused on the different analyses of the incident; the possible motives and causes. While many people blamed MPs and governmental institutions, others blamed the media and extremist religious discourse. Many observers criticized the...
An interview with Dr. Safwat al-Bayādī, the head of the Evangelical Church and denomination in Egypt.
Debates about the niqāb are still occupying the Egyptian press. While some believe the niqāb is a sign of deterioration and backwardness, others believe that it is imposed by the Qur’ān. Mustafá ‘Ibādah of al-Ahrām al-‘Arabī, however, considered the current debate to be part of what he called the “...
October reports on different opinions concerning Jabhit ‘Ulamā’ al-Azhar Organization and their views on freedom and religion.
Pope Shenouda stresses the significance of dialogue to achieve the unity between the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church.
Many church-related articles have been published in the Egyptian press on the occasion of the 38th anniversary of Pope Shenouda being the patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church. In a related topic Pope Shenouda denied reported news about the amendments to the Coptic Orthodox set of regulations for...
Marwá al-Shirbīnī was killed in Germany, earning the title “Martyr of hijāb” in Egypt. The Egyptian press highlighted the public uproar and the German official stance.


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