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Religions must inspire peaceful solutions to the conflicts still plaguing many spots in the world at the threshold of the new Millennium, from the Middle East to Indonesia and Northern Ireland, Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid, HRH Prince Hassan, and the Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey...
Gamaal As’ad responds to an article by a Catholic priest in last week’s Rose El-Youssef magazine which attacked the Coptic church, and in which the priest wrote amongst other things concerning the Egyptian Orthodox Church: "these people have transformed our sacred message into shouts and uproars....
If the Sunday Telegraph was interested in the issues of minorities, and if it really cared about the rights of minorities, it would have concentrated more on the issue of Catholics in Northern Ireland.
The Episcopal Church in 2007: a visit to China, Iran and to Libya where two churches were inaugurated after four centuries of imposed absence due to political reasons.
An interview with Pope Shenouda highlighting the term of his papacy.
Azhar scholars have condemned the attack on the Egyptian Shaykh Muḥammad al-Salāmūnī, an Imām at the Islamic Centre in London, carried out by an Irish extremist.
The Azhar, the Egyptian and the Saudi embassies in London have failed in appropriately dealing with the tragedy of Shaykh Muḥammad al-Salamūnī and did not take advantage of it as a chance to respond to the allegation that Muslims are the cause of extremism.
Islam is Islam Society in Britain launches a media campaign to confront wrong concepts about Islam and Muslims.
This article is a description of the international growth of the Coptic Orthodox Church over the course of history.
The USA is unable to provide the world with an objective view of how to deal with terrorism. Each country is the most capable party of solving the problems of terrorism within its borders. For this to be done, each country needs a space of freedom and justice to work in.
‘Ubayd discusses the history of various forms of Christianity, from Arab Christians to Eastern Christians, and the problems that are still remain to overcome.
The author discusses the issue of the ordination of women in various Christian denominations and traditions.
The author discusses internal conflict within institutional churches.
On August 2, 1997 the L.A Times published an alleged claim of Christians being tortured in Pakistan, but at the same time, nothing was mentioned about the confirmed massacres perpetrated daily by Israel, protected by the right of veto. On August 14, 1997, the same newspaper published an...
Using the example of the differences between Ghana and South Korea, which in the 1960s had similar incomes per head, but which had completely diverged by the 1990s, Amartya Sen argues that one should avoid attributing the difference simply to culture, أ  la Huntington. Sen then challenges...
After the attacks of September 11, a kind of polarization happened with the followers of the three heavenly religions. Moderates from the three religions can unite and form a religious coalition. The current war will not be able to put an end to terrorism. Accordingly, there should be an...
Interview about the opinion of the Coptic Orthodox Church on the attack on September 11 and the attack on Afghanistan. The bishop is criticizing Egyptian media and fears escalation.
The article is a comment on a message sent to the author to the effect that the executers of the attacks in America should have been Muslims as Muslims are the only group willing to die for the sake of their beliefs. The author refuted this opinion. He also expressed the opinion that American...
The Islamic British Institute asked the Azhar for permission to translate nine chapters from the Qur´an. Some of the members of the Islamic Research Institute understood that it wanted to transliterate the Qur´an in Latin. It is impossible to have something like that in Egypt, but in some...
Metropolitan Abba Seraphim’s critique of a paper by Bishop Munīr on the relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt, presented at the annual interfaith dialogue meeting of the Anglican communion and the Permanent Committee of the Azhar al-Sharif for Dialogue with the Monotheistic Religions.
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