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25. Jewry of Egypt

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Article title: 
25. Jewry of Egypt
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p. 15
Date of source: 
28-11-2007
Author: 
Ahmad Bilal
Reviewer: 
Tamir Shukri
Article summary: 

The author talks about Ḥārat al-Yahūd [Ally of Jews] in Cairo, referring to a number of lawsuits filed by Jews used to live in Egypt 50 years ago, in which they ask Egyptian Government to pay them 5 billion U.S. dollars as compensations on prosperities they left in Egypt.

22. Step forward in Islam-Vatican relations

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22. Step forward in Islam-Vatican relations
Date of source: 
04-12-2007
Author: 
Ihab Shukri
Article summary: 

Various responses to the Vatican’s initiative to hold inter-religious dialogue meetings with Muslims are detected. Some described the initiative as a positive step towards Islam-West understanding; others condemned the notion of inter-religious dialogues in the first place, believing that dialogue meetings are opportunities for the West to impose conditions on Muslims.

12. Marriage of Muslim women from Israeli Muslims H&#803aram

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12. Marriage of Muslim women from Israeli Muslims H&#803arām
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p. 27
Date of source: 
24-11-2007
Author: 
Hibah al-Marm
Reviewer: 
Ihab Shukri
Article summary: 

Hibah al-Marmá reports on the opinions of Muslim scholars on the Fatwá that Muslims are forbidden to marry Israelis under the pretext that Israel is in a state of enmity with Arabs and Muslims.

3. The Azhar scholars confirm a Shaykh Farah&#803at al-Munjji Fatwá and oppose marriage to Jewish women whilst Islam permits marriage to Jews

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3. The Azhar scholars confirm a Shaykh Farah&#803āt al-Munjjī Fatwá and oppose marriage to Jewish women whilst Islam permits marriage to Jews
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p. 3
Date of source: 
19-11-2007
Author: 
al-Shayma’ ‘Abd al-Latif
Reviewer: 
Tamir Shukri
Article summary: 

In the article, Azhar scholars have confirmed a Fatwá of Shaykh Farahāt al-Munajjī that a Muslim man is prohibited to get married to a Jewish woman.

27. Citizenship between the East and the West

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27. Citizenship between the East and the West
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p. 8
Date of source: 
12-11-2007
Author: 
Nabil Najib Salamah
Reviewer: 
Tamir Shukri
Article summary: 

The author reports on speeches being delivered at an Egyptian-German

meeting on the importance of the enforcement of citizenship under the civil state that was held after an invitation

from the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services [CEOSS].

10. Fatwá prohibiting Muslims from marrying Israelis raises controversy among Azhar scholars

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10. Fatwá prohibiting Muslims from marrying Israelis raises controversy among Azhar scholars
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p. 27
Date of source: 
08-11-2007
Author: 
Muhammad Khalil
Reviewer: 
Ihab Shukri
Article summary: 

Muḥammad

Khalīl reports on the repercussions to a recent Fatwá prohibiting Muslim men from marrying Jewish

women residing in Israel.

9. The fear of politics manipulating religion

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Article title: 
9. The fear of politics manipulating religion
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p. 16
Date of source: 
12-11-2007
Author: 
Fahmi Huwaydi
Reviewer: 
Ihab Shukri
Article summary: 

Fahmī Huwaydī criticizes the use of religion to achieve certain

political goals.

39. An interview with Bishop Bishuy, general secretary of the Holy Synod [2]

3. Common religious matters between the custodian of the Two Holy Shrines, the Custodian of the church and the Vatican Pope

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Article title: 
3. Common religious matters between the custodian of the Two Holy Shrines, the Custodian of the church and the Vatican Pope
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p. 14
Date of source: 
03-11-2007
Author: 
Zayn al-‘Abidin al-Rikabi
Reviewer: 
Nirmin al-‘Awadi
Article summary: 

Muslims respect Jesus, the Virgin Mary and the Bible which are all common ground that should bring Christians and Muslims together and be a solid base for strong and cooperative relations between them.

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