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Hundreds of followers of the different Ṣūfī Orders celebrated the mūlid (birthday anniversary) of the al-ʿĀrif Billāh al-Sayyid Aḥmed al-Badawī in squares near al-Aḥmedī Mosque in the city of Ṭanṭā, the capital of al-Gharbīya province.
Some Western nations, like Sweden and Denmark, consider the insult to the Prophet Muḥammad and the burning of copies of the Holy Qurʾān as a sign of freedom of expression to boast about as a democratic pattern, but would strongly criminalize any media or channels of expression attacking...
The National Council for Women (NCW) confirmed that the rate of female circumcision in Egypt has plummeted thanks to growing awareness that the practice is a crime and has nothing to do with religion or medicine. They added that credit for this goes to the state, the NCW, and the National Council...
A religious writer discusses his personal viewpoint that the difference between true Ṣūfism and some of today’s Ṣūfīs is like the difference between the great religion of Islam and today’s Muslims.
Dr. Muḥammad al-Hawwārī, Assistant Secretary-General of the Islamic Research Academy, said true citizenship provides an authentic guarantee for societal peace and foils any attempts to sow division among the sons of the homeland.
On the occasion of the World Environment Day, The Muslim Council of Elders called for rallying efforts aimed at preserving the environment through enhancing the concepts of sustainability and warning of environmental hazards that pose a threat to life on Earth.
The Senate’s Religious Affairs and Awqāf (Endowments) Committee met on Monday after the end of the general session to study and debate the Egyptian Family House’s efforts in raising awareness of the values of tolerance, coexistence and the strengthening of feelings of national unity and belonging.
Pope Tawāḍrūs held a meeting on Friday to follow the Sydney Crisis. The meeting included bishop Tādrus, Metropolitan of Port Saʿīd and the Papal delegate for the Sydney Diocese, Fr. Daniel bishop of Maadi and the secretary of the Holy Synod, and bishop Anjīlūs of London.
In his book “In the Scenes of the Press and Politics”, the Journalist ‘Atif Al-Ghamrī swiftly and smoothly recounts his own experience and shows how the role of journalism is deeply rooted in the conscience of the Egyptian nation since its debut.   
Ahram Online wrote on January 24: Representative from Egypt's Christian churches have withdrawn from President Mohamed Morsi's national dialogue. The Coptic Orthodox, Catholic and Evangelical churches decided to leave the dialogue on Wednesday because it was "unproductive" and did not "yield the...


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