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The National Endowment for Democracy’s new orientation has caused uproar among Egyptian human rights organizations who believe in their right to choose their projects without interference from donors.
George Ḥabīb Bibāwīcomments on the decision of excommunicating him from the church.
The article discusses the questions surrounding article two of the Constitution, and who has the authority to call for its amendment. The author wonders who has the right to speak on behalf of the Copts.
Hulsman responds to questions about the role of Egyptian security in our struggle to obtain NGO status.
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.
Coptic clergymen illegally build a wall that blocks the road leading to the airport of the Military Academy and to the two mosques in the area.
The founders of the Center for Arab-West Understanding are extremely glad with the February 18 ruling of the Egyptian Council of State that our center should be recognized as an NGO under Egyptian law. This ruling concludes a period of three years of struggle to obtain this status. CAWU is...
Council of State rules in favor of NGO status. Circulating rumors about Bishop Kyrillos of Naj al-Hammādī followed by demonstrations. PhD thesis declares Rose al-Yūsuf apostate, showing great divide between liberal minded journalists and traditionalist Islamic scholars.
The author poses the question whether women in Upper Egypt, who encourage their children to carry out the undesirable traditional habit of feuds...are victims of harsh conditions or semi-criminals.
Amongst the opponents of the Niqāb is Dr. ‘Abd al- Mu‘tī Bayyūmī, the former dean of the Azhar’s Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion and a member of the Islamic Research Academy, who described the dress as the result of lack of knowledge of religion.

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