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The Anti-Secular Regulation of Religious Difference in Egypt

 
AuthorMeriam Wagdy Azmi
 
Title of item
The Anti-Secular Regulation of Religious Difference in Egypt
Date of this edition 2021
LanguageEnglish
Permission Creative Commons Non-commercial (see creativecommons.org)
Posted 2021-10-19 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Theses
URLbahai-library.org/azmi_regulation_religious_difference
Abstract Religious minorities lack recognition by the government. Secularism could remedy this, but some argue that it actually leads to religious tension. Egypt's problem is the way it espouses Islam and Shari'a as its identity and the basis for public order.
Notes Master's thesis for the Department of Law, School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, American University in Cairo. Mirrored from fount.aucegypt.edu/etds/1634.
Tags Human rights; Persecution; Persecution, Egypt
Locations Egypt
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