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Hanī Labīb discusses the new American law for freedom of religion.
An analysis of the reasons behind fanaticism and extremism in Egypt.
In this article, Hānī Labīb highlights the dangers that arise from ignoring Israeli warnings against possible terrorist attacks in the Sinai. Meanwhile, he wonders about the strange and vague attitude of security bodies in Egypt towards such warnings.
This article discusses the relationship between security services and citizens and criticizes violations committed by security officers. It also talks about traffic problems.
The author comments on the attempts of the US to intervene in the domestic affairs of Egypt through Copts.
The era of President Husnī Mubārak has witnessed some kind of balanced relations in a way that was not available in the previous one.
Labīb asserts that Christian TV in Egypt has grown in response to several Islamic religious programs that had undermined the Christian faith. He also condemns Al-Nabā’ newspaper for igniting sectarian crises in bad faith.
A look into the reasons behind the media storm over conversions of young women and girls from Islam to Christianity and vice versa
The author discusses reasons why Copts tend not to actively participate in the political scene and argues that accusations of westernization and inability are unfair and untrue.
Qanawātī was born in Alexandria on June 6, 1905 to a Greek Orthodox Christian family. He later converted to Catholicism. He obtained his degree in pharmacology from the Saint Joseph Jesuit College in Beirut in 1926, a diploma in chemical engineering from Lion university in France in 1928. In 1934,...


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