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The author of this op-ed discusses how to truly implement the meaning of “tolerance” [al-tasāmuḥ] when it comes to interfaith dialogue.  He stresses the need to find what unites people whether its nation or common humanity in order to overcome conflict.  The article is as follows:
In his column this week, Father Rafiq Greish [Rafīq Jarīsh] comments on President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī during the World Youth Forum in Sharm al-Shaykh: It was not a speech like any other one we heard before, although what President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī was saying is known for us, namely, the...
In Egypt, with every summer season, consulates of European countries or of the USA are overrun by visa applicants. Alas, these foreign diplomatic missions and their consulates treat Egyptians who wish to travel to these countries badly! I am not talking about young men who travel illegally or apply...
Fr. Rafīq Jarīsh [Rafik Greish], spokesman of the Coptic Catholic Church of Egypt, reviews a recently published book entitled Kyrie Eleison…Fī Maḥabat al-Aqbāṭ [Lord Have Mercy…In Love To The Copts] written by author and columnist, Ḥamdī Rizq. The book, which was discussed in a seminar at the Cairo...
From the thirteen-day talk at the Vatican, Father Rafīq Greish reports that amongst the issues discussed were the migration of Copts from the Middle East and the dangers of political Islam. The conference saw participants from all around the world representing Christians in Middle Eastern countries...
Father Rafīq Graish interviews his Eminence Patriarch Ignatius Yūsusf Yūān of the Syrian Catholic Church. His eminence speaks about the reality of the Syrian Catholic community in general and in Iraq and Lebanon during the hardships in particular.
The author, Father Rafīq Grish, the head of the press center of the Catholic College in Egypt, publishes a study about Dan Brown’s controversial novel ‘The Da Vinci Code’ in a bid to refute the book that sold over 50 million copies all over the world and was adapted into a movie shown for the...
Father Rafiq Greish expressed his belief that the terrorist attacks of September 11 and America’s response to them did not reflect a conflict between religions and a clash between civilizations, because religions are based on love and respect and accepting the other. He pointed out that the...
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