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al-Dustūr newspaper interviews Michael Munīr, head of the US Copts Association.
A number of Muslim scholars are calling for an international law to criminalize insulting Islamic symbols.
Mahmūd ‘Āmir denounces the Shī‘ah and the Muslim brotherhood, claiming that they violate the Islamic Sharī‘ah and the fundamentals of Islām.
Mubārak’s constitutional amendments have revealed the separation between the executive power, the legislative and the judicial authorities, which are meant to be the bedrock of the modern Egyptian state, and the real interest groups.
A presidential ruling was recently issued to form the Secretaries Council of the National Translation Center. More details about the ruling are presented in the following article.
Kamāl Sa‘d devoted his full-page article entitled, ‘An Open Message to President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak,’ in al-Ahālī of February 7, 2007, to the proposed Constitutional amendments that are expected to come into effect soon.
The author rejects the minister of endowments’ consent to allow the publication of a book against Christians.
Despite the acquittal of Khayrat al-Shāṭir, the second deputy of the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme guide, along with 39 prominent members of the group by a Cairo criminal court ruling, President Muhammad Ḥusnī Mubārak, acting in his capacity as the supreme commander of the armed forces, referred the...
As President Mubārak called for the Constitutional amendments, leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood group attacked them as they mainly aim at preventing political Islamic groups come to power. On the other hand, the media have praised the amendments, showing the dangers of the Brotherhood to both...
The article refers to the imbalanced attitude between public requirements and the law. The author, however, thinks that the current debates over human right and citizenship would act as a base for a political reform.


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