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Mohammed Al-Qudusi asked the intellectuals, in a long article, to sign a statement which condemns the officials of the Ministry of Culture whom he described as "Freedom enemies and creation falsifiers", after their intervention in the poetry anthology of Abdel Wahab Dawoud. They add and eliminate...
Afaq Arabia ran an article by Abdullah Al-Tahawy saying that some weak and uncreative writers find insulting Islamic values the shortest way to be famous. Some writers want their books to be banned, then they can run to Human Rights Groups and the Leftists and start wailing about the lack of...
After giving his opinion concerning the freedom of expression, Dr. Ahmed Omar Hashem recounts the role of the Azhar, the greatest institution of religion and science, that has risen in Egypt. According to him the role of this great institution is appreciated by many great historians and leaders.
In this article, Azazi urged people to recognize each other’s perspectives without interchanging accusations of impiety and ignorance. According to him the case of the banquet revealed that there are still defects in dealing with crisis.
More than 1500 persons applauded and shouted urging the destitution of the Culture Minister, Farouk Hosni, during last Friday’s conference of the Amal [Labor] party. The publishers of Al-Shaab Newspaper launched a severe campaign against the writer of the novel "Banquet for the seaweed" and accused...
The novel of the Syrian writer started a controversy between the intellectuals about the freedom of creativity and it’s relation to freedom in general, Al-Usboa listed the opinions of some key figures in the camp of literature, such as, Ahmed El-Sheikh, Fou’ad Qandeel and many others.
In the symposium that was held in the Cairo Center for Human Rights the attendants agreed to support the freedom of "Ijtihad" and the people who try to do it, because it is not only the case of Abdel Sabour Shahin, it is the case of freedom.
Dr. Nasr Hamed Abu Zeid , who was accused of unbelief, five years ago, and fled to Holland commented, in an interview with Al Ahaly, on the case of Dr. Abdel Sabour Shaheen’s book "My Father Adam" , which was demanded to be banned but the court refused.
Yesterday, The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights [EOHR] expressed its disappointment at the decision issued by the State Security Prosecutor to refer Hafez Abu-Saeda, Secretary General of the organization, to the Supreme State Security Court (emergency) to be tried for breaching article No. 1...
When the extremist secular Farag Foda killed himself [this is the formulation of the author. Foda was murdered. See the comments of the RNSAW in the text], Sheikh Al-Sharawi - may God rest his soul - shouted: "Allahu Akbar! If I was to kill anybody, I would have killed this man..."

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