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The article deals with the election system as one of the obstacles hindering the political participation of Copts.
Jundī discusses the final barrier that hampers society groups such as Copts from political participation; forced marginalization.
Jundī continues discussing the barriers that hamper groups such as Copts from political participation and writes about the second barrier, the establishment of the theocratic state.
Jundī discusses the barriers that hamper Copts from political participation. In this article, he writes about the first barrier, the absence of political participation.
‘Ādil Jundī tries to hold an ’interview’ with ’Ms. Fitnah’ in an attempt to understand the reasons behind the rise in sectarian feeling.
The author responds to a letter that the Egyptian Foreign Ministry sent in 2008 to a central European foreign minister regarding the Copts in Egypt. In the article he responds to this letter on the church building issue. AWR editor-in-chief provided some comments on this article.
The article lists facts related to the houses of worship file. He shows the extent of the state’s discrimination in dealing with both Muslim and Christian houses of worship.
The author briefly refers to a controversial lecture given by Bishop Thomas in Washington D.C., then diverts into an exploration of the etymology of ’Copt’, and concludes by espousing national unity in Egypt.
The author discusses the dominance of Islam in the school curriculum in Egypt, considering this a “cultural purification” against people of other religions that contradicts international human rights resolutions. He has prepared a study of the Arabic language curriculum in elementary and...
The author discusses the controversy over secularism and the difference between secularism and atheism by answering the most frequently asked questions about secularism.


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