Islam and the West: Lines of Demarcation
.: March 9, 2009
"What it is about our civilization that causes such resentment, and why we must defend it", writes Roger Scruton in Azure Online, interesting article on Islam and the West.
Egypt: The Coptic Struggle after the 1952 Putsh
.: March 22, 2008
When Egypt is secular, the Copts have equal rights with Muslims; this leads to Egypt’s growth economically, culturally, and intellectually. As history shows, competent leaders who promote equality for all of Egypt’s citizens guide Egypt to flourish and to become a leader in the world.
Human rights and the Baha’i community in Egypt
.: February 19, 2008
The Baha’i community is a religious minority found especially in Egypt, Jordan and Iran. The Baha’i community of Egypt is one of the most active in the Middle East, with its associations and institutions widespread inside and outside the country.