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Six pieces, looking for an author

Far from violence, clashes and clouds of tear gas, from press releases and accusations, we are called to escape the chaos of our country and pick up the scattered pieces that once formed a picture of Egypt. This picture, as it currently exists under the Muslim Brotherhood, is in the process of being created, but …

Farid Zahran

Maher Hamoud

Editor’s letter: Time for the cool sheikhs

In 2010 I was invited to a lecture by Amr Khaled, organised by Regents College in London, while I was there for some media mission. The lecture was considered very important, as it was to discuss coexistence in Islam, in a city that has one of the most visible Muslim minorities in Europe. For those …

Maher Hamoud

New finance minister to review sukuk law

The sovereign sukuk law is intended to organise the financing of the government, state budget, national projects and public institutions. It was released by the government but opposed by Al-Azhar and Islamic parties.

Mohamed Salah

Sukuk draft law released

The sovereign sukuk law released by the government is intended to organise the financing of the government, state budget, national projects and public institutions.

Liliana Mihaila

Down with Shari’a in the constitution

With every semblance of what is commonly referred to as “the civil forces” (the church representatives, the secular parties and members) withdrawn from it, the Egyptian Constituent Assembly’s fate seems more precarious than ever. While many speculate about its fate and the fate of the constitution it is supposed to present to the public soon, …

Mahmoud Salem