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The president's media office has announced the formation of a committee to examine that cases of young people detained pending investigations, in accordance with instructions by President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi at the first National Youth Conference.
An indication that the Azhar has started a new era in its historical march, more than one-thousand years old, was the document issued by Grand Shaykh Ahmad al-Tayīb on June 20, 2011, which was welcomed by the majority of the Egyptian people.
*/ Dr. Usāmah al-Ghazālī Harb, the leader of the Democratic Front Party, has announced the draft document of principles that govern the Constitution. It has been named the Declaration of Rights of the Egyptian People.  
 In his interview with al-Misrī al-Yawm, Sa'd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, head of the Ibn Khaldūn Center, said that the Muslim Brotherhood are a powerful alternative to the ruling regime on condition that it enforces a complete civil state. He called on the Egyptian people to support al-Barad'ī, al-Sayyd al-...
This article talks about the founding of the organization Egyptians against Religious Discrimination (MARED) and the media coverage concerning sectarian issues in Egypt, with regard to MARED.
A first for Coptic women (p.3) (Original in English. Not edited by AWR)Watanī interviewed Marguerite Azer, the first Egyptian woman to become the secretary-general of the National Democratic Front party, about her career and views on the political sphere in Egypt.
The article comments on the key discussions that took place at the Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination conference that was held in Cairo in April. The conference looked at the various types of discrimination that exist in Egypt, ranging from discrimination in the workplace to the lack of a...
Jamāl As‘ad attacks the presence of the U.S. ambassador to Egypt at the inauguration of a new human rights organization that is called Hand-In-Hand for Egypt.
The article reports on the inauguration ceremony of Michael Meunier’s new foundation ’Hand in Hand for Egypt’ that has been approved by Egyptian authorities.
On February 12, Arab countries adopted a charter which puts limits on Arab satellite channels and prohibits offending political and religious figures. Qatar has rejected the document and Lebanon has expressed its reservations. The article outlines the repercussions of the incident.


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