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Last week the Censorship Committee on material printed from outside Egypt banned the entry of the English version of the book "Al-Nabi" [The Prophet] written by Jibran Khalil Jibran. Authorities at the American University in Cairo told the French News Agency that it was the last in a series of 70...
Sub-Titles: A Christian lawyer accuses the priest of deviating from Christianity because of an [newspaper] article. A response to the view of a Coptic priest who rejects adoption because of its pagan, Byzantine origin: a first inside the Coptic Church, last week a lawyer filed a lawsuit demanding...
Following the Rodinson case, the office of the censor vastly increased its review of AUC books, both in the library and in the bookstore. With some 300 books checked this year alone, AUC press head, Marc Linz, says it hasn’t been easy.
Sheikh Abloush, the former secretary-general of the Azhar Front of Scholars, has been accused of founding a secret party of Muslim Brothers inciting religious strife and defaming the Azhar. Other Azhari’s want him to be removed from this prestigious university.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights decided to freeze its activities all over the country following an urgent board of trustees meeting held late last night.
The Association condemned the false accusations that have been promoted by some Coptic Associations abroad against Drs. Kees Hulsman, who is a correspondent for a number of Dutch and American newspapers in Cairo, and is member of the Association’s Board.
There is no doubt that during Mubarak’s ruling period, the press enjoys freedom to a great extent and individuals enjoy democracy which was absent for year. It is up to individuals to say whatever they want: bad or good.
The discussion on the opinion poll conducted by the Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies continued. Ezz eddin described as "dynamite" questions relating to religion and the relationship between Muslims and Copts.
Montasir continues his critique of the French teacher who assigned Rodinson’s book for students at AUC.
Dr. Christian van Nispen criticized the ban of the Minister of Education to teach the book of Maxime Rodinson’s book Muhammad at the American University in Cairo after Salah Montassir criticized it in Al-Ahram of May 13, 1998. Salah Montassir believed the book constituted an attack on Islam but van...


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