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The Orthodox Church would like to see an amendment to the “Arab and Islamic Nations” in Article 1 to be amended to the “Arab nation and Islamic world”. In addition to that, the words “the Christians and Jews” in the second article should be changed to “non- Muslims”.  Bishop Paul did not state what...
As‘ad comments on the political role of Pope Shenouda and the Church, and how this relationship affects principles of citizenship.
Sidhum continues his series of articles about the difficulties Copts face in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Minya. In this article Sidhum focuses on Coptic NGOs and states that such societies are often used by Coptic congregations when there is no church nearby. The article highlights the case...
The author casts light on the issue of removing the religion field from the personal ID card and its effects on the civilian society.
The author comments on President Mubārak’s Easter message to expatriate Copts, he mentions the effect that the message had on Egyptian people within Egypt’s borders.
The lawyer Najīb Jibrā’īl has prepared a draft bill for a law that will allow Christians to adopt in Egypt.
Last week, after five years of court cases the Supreme Administrative Court allowed Bahā’īs to leave the religion box blank on their official papers.
The article reviews a bill proposed by Mona ZulFaqqar, a member of the National Council for Human Rights, which aims to ban discrimination in the workplace and ensure equal access to employment opportunities in employment in Egypt.
The article discusses the upcoming conference on citizenship rights in Cairo, arranged by the National Council for Human Rights.
The author discusses the recent constitutional amendments, and the concept of citizenship that has been stressed therein. He looks back in history on the skewed perceptions of citizenship which may have caused the threat posed to freedom and social peace in Egypt today. He further underlines the...


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