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Rev. Safwat al-Bayyādī presents his views on peacemaking through education, training, and personal involvement. He also discusses the value of religious initiatives to promote peace. Article full text: On November 18, 2009 I had a chance to interview Rev. Safwat al-Bayyādī, President of the...
On October 11, 2009 Her Excellency Dr. Mrs. Jihān al-Sādāt presented a lecture to the Women’s Association of Cairo at the Oriental Hall of the American University of Cairo. During the lecture she highlighted the role of women’s rights and education as well as looking at her husband’s policies and...
Watani International relates the story of a medical student who was not given the promotion he deserved even though his grades were higher than other students who were promoted. Yūsuf Sidhum reviews the student’s file and believes that this type of discrimination in rife in the education system in...
At the recent Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination conference, the group discussed the education system in Egypt, the group called for the need to rebuild the school curriculum and concluded with a series of recommendations.
The author believes that Christian students should be allowed to enroll in the non-theological schools of the Azhar University but does not support the idea of a Coptic university.
The key to encouraging people to respect other’s beliefs is education, believes Dr. Amīn Makram ‘Ubayd. According to him, state schools should promote the brotherhood of all citizens, not the followers of one religion above the others.   An ideal state school system should be non religious, but...
In an interview with Gerrit Roos of Reformatorisch Dagblad and Cornelis Hulsman, Bishop Marqus highlights the problems facing Christians in Egypt today. These problems include issues such as church building, conversion, the Egyptian education system and the emigration of Christians abroad.
According to Bishop Qultah of the Coptic Catholic Church there are three levels of dialogue between Christians and Muslims in the Arab world. However this dialogue needs to be expanded in order for it to be more effective and should be combined with a better education system.
An investigation by the Times has revealed that some Muslim children in the U.K are being abused and beaten by their teachers at Islamic evening classes.
An Arab-West Report intern writes about the history and programs of the Salaam Centre for Medico-Social Services in Ezbet al-Nakhl district of Cairo. This center was formed and is run by a cooperation between Catholic and Coptic nuns.

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