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This article deals with the dichotomous world of the Middle East, but specifically within Egypt. Egypt is stuck in a middle ground between development and authoritarianism. The author uses the traffic in Egypt as a parallel concerning the social structure in Egypt. People are moving, but to where,...
Heading in the opposite direction to France, some British local councils hold swimming sessions restricted to those wearing the ‘Burkini’ Islamic swimming costume.
The article deals with some issues in Christianity that priests disagree about among themselves concerning things that are appropriate or not.
The media impresario Hishām Qāsim recently presented a lecture at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo. In the lecture Qāsim narrated the recent history of the Egyptian press industry and described the current debates, dilemmas and developments governing the media sector. Article full text:...
A number of Coptic media production companies recently held a seminar to find practical solutions to the problems resulting from media piracy. Many of those who attended the seminar opposed illegal downloading however some insisted that it is the only way for the poor to access such material.
The author argues that the government, certain Web sites, the Azhar, and the church are responsible for sectarian strife in Egypt.
This issue presents a number of interesting articles on cases of sedition on Egypt, further commentary on the speech of President Obama, and the recent ongoings in the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The following article discusses the Internet as a portal for political activism, and comments on recent incidents involving use of the Internet as a political base.
Rumors have emerged on the Web chat program PalTalk claiming that a Muslim girl was kidnapped and tortured to death after following her conversion to Christianity.
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