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Egypte : les discriminations religieuses commencent dans les écoles

(French version only)
president, Middle East Pact (MEP)
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L’Egypte est un Etat islamique en vertu de l’article 2 de sa constitution de 1971 (modifiée en 1980) et en vigueur aujourd’hui : « l’islam est la religion de l’Etat dont la langue officielle est l’arabe ; les principes de la charia [jurisprudence islamique] constituent la source principale de législation ».
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