The head of the Pentecostal Church in Egypt expresses his anger against Bishop Bīshūy, denouncing his stances and criticizing Pope Shenouda and his policy as the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The author criticized the Vatican declaration about the difficulty of engaging in dialogue with Islam and reported Egyptian reactions to the declarations. He also discussed the argument of the Speaker of the Egyptian Parliament, Dr. Ahmad Fathī Surūr at the Euro-Mediterranean conference that was held in Greece. Dr. Surūr claimed that the weak and crucial situation of the Muslim countries has a bad effect on Islam.
The following lines summarize an interview with Shaykh ‘Umar al-Dīb in which he discusses various current issues. He also announced a possible meeting between the Azhar and the Vatican.
King ‘Abd Allāh of Saudi Arabia has met Pope Benedict XVI at the
Vatican the first audience by the head of the Roman Catholic Church with a Saudi monarch. Despite widespread
support for the king’s initiative, hard-liners considered it treason to Islam, and an attempt to normalize
relations with the Vatican pontiff who has not shown enough respect for Islam until now.
Fahmī Huwaydī criticizes the use of religion to achieve certain
Rajab al-Bannā condemned the phenomenon of the fear of Islam in the West, which has
developed into waves of hatred and criticism against Muslims and Islam.
The Ottoman Turkish genocide against the Armenian people is documented, proved and awaiting widespread international condemnation. The following lines present a background to the international reactions of the incident.
The author talks about the false patriarch Max Michel, his danger, his opinions, his legitimacy, and his fallacies.
The following presents the continuation of a lengthy interview with Bishop Bīshūy in which he expresses his opinions on different issues.
Ibrāhīm Qā‘ūd criticizes the response of the Vatican to an open letter sent by 138 Muslim dignitaries from representing the Islamic trends all over the world that called for cooperation and peace between Islam and Christianity, believing that the attitude of the Vatican towards dialogue has changed since the coming of Pope Benedict XVI to the papal seat.