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In this article the author criticizes controlling a number of Coptic minds and make it think in a sectarian way. For example, the claims by Copts that, Kamilīyah Shihātah, Dayr Mawās priest's wife, was kidnapped. On the other hand the author believes that this way of thinking is so dangerous on the...
The death of Muslim thinker Dr. Nasr Hāmid Abū Zayd has gained attention, being a figure widely characterized as an apostate. The author considers his death a tragedy, provoking the Egyptian public to criticize, judge, and evaluate a dead man – something Fawzī believes to be uncharacteristic of...
Sāmih says that something is not clear about the Qena incident in which Coptic homes were burned down because of an alleged relationship between a Coptic boy and Muslim girl. Different versions of the rumor exist--some say the two met at a graveyard; others allege that they only had a simple...
Sāmih says that sectarian tension has been on the rise since last July when Kāmīliyā Shihātah first went missing. It has reached a level that requires the government’s interference, he says, but it seems like the government is oblivious of what is going on with the people. Sāmih says that the...
Fawzī discusses the reasons behind the state of incoherence that prevails in Egyptian society.
Fawzī reflects on the relationship between the state and religious institutions, as well as the latter’s role in contributing to social change.
This article explores the socio-political situation of various Christians throughout the Middle East.
This article discusses the relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and Copts. It sheds light on the new document discussed among the Muslim Brotherhood members concerning improving relations with Copts.
This article describes the features of the sectarian situation in Egypt, and briefly shows how to prevent its aggravation.  
In this article Fawzī calls for putting an end to the current state of isolation and passivity and starting a new phase of positive participation and interaction between all citizens regardless of their religion. This, according to him, is the best solution for facing any social, economic or...

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