Sunday, August 20, 2006

Egypt: Part-2 On Human Rights With Saad Eddin Ibrahim

This is the conclusion of the interview with Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim in English. Dr. Ibrahim is a Professor of Political Sociology at the American University in Cairo, and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Ibn Khaldoun Centre for Development Studies.

Today, the human rights activist and scholar discusses issues of religious freedom and tolerance in the Egyptian society, and his goal to see his children and grandchildren experience the same environment of a free and healthy society he had grown-up with in Egypt of the past.

The interview was conducted by Sally Bishai. (Credit: X Culture Films)


  1. hi friend, thanks for the link, and may God bless you :) sally bishai

  2. You are very welcome. Thank YOU for the video and for your valuable interviews. Your work is very important to the betterment of Egypt.

  3. Great, Great Man, Prof. Ibrahim, I really appreciate this introduction to his ideals, and work.
    So, bilo, what's next?

  4. You don't want me to give that away, do you? :-)

  5. That is exactly how I was trying to advise a young Iraqi ex-pat to blog. You measure out your news in segments so that folks get a chance to chew on each delicious morsel. And it saves you from making a huge investment in new postings.


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