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One of Egypt's leading political analysts, journalist Dīā' Rashwān said that late Shaikh Al-Sha`rāwī was a “preacher ahead of his time” and had influenced strongly the course of Islam. Distinguished among his precedents, Al-Sha`rāwī is a living phenomenon till today.
Heading the delegation of United Arab Emirates, Dr. Amal Al- Qūbaysī, president of the Emirates Federal Council, was welcomed by Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark at the Coptic Orthodox headquarters in Egypt.
Affectionately called by his fans “uncle”, `Abd al-Rahmān Al-Abnūdī came from Upper Egypt to Cairo to resume a journey that enriched vernacular poetry through his poems, which reflected the authenticity of the Egyptian citizen and Egyptian reality, especially in Upper Egypt.
Ḥāzim al-Zuhayrī, the general coordinator of the "Family Rebellion" campaign, said that a delegation of members of the campaign consisted of "three men and a grand-mother" of children that would be affected by personal status law.  
“The Two Islands, Tīrān And Sanafir Are Egyptian Sovereignty. The People Need An Alternative System Of Government”
In Egypt, everything related to femininity is criticized, regardless whether or not she wears the Niqāb.  
Samīḥa Ayyūb famous Egyptian Theater Actress. Age has taken a lot from her, but she stands on the threshold of optimism. Detail-oriented, she has a rich art archive and has a great amount of lived human experience. Married to the great thinker Sa ʿad al-Dīn, she lived with him difficult events, a...
On The Center for Freedoms and Immunities Center for Human Rights (FICHR) in Minya called on the State's representatives Shaikh Al-Azhar and the Ministry of Endowments, to intervene and stop the campaign to ban the hijāb and niqāb, claiming that such campaigns violate personal freedoms stated in...
While preparing for my new book titled “The Information War”, I had difficulty to transfer English terminologies into Arabic.
In his new novel "Flower of Silence" to be published in mid-April, Raʾūf Mūs`ad describes how the Egyptian nationalist AḥmadʿUrābī led his officers and soldiers, who stood up against foreign intervention and against the British colonizers. Furthermore, the novel describes the struggles of the...

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