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Two new members have joined the Advisory Board of the RNSAW. They are Dr. Tareq Mitri, the Program Executive for Christian-Muslim Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland, and Dr. Arne H. Fjeldstad, a Norwegian scholar with a Ph.D. in Internet Communications.
Dr. Abdel Mo’ti Bayoumi, member of our Board of Advisors, is no longer dean of the Faculty of Islamic Theology (’Usul el-Din) at the Azhar. He was dean from 1989 to 1991 and from 1997 to 2001. The two periods are a total of six years which is the maximum someone can be the dean of this college. Dr...
Introducing AWR press reviews. Growing media attention for RNSAW work.
The Editorial Board of the RNSAW announces six new members of the Board of Advisors.
The RNSAW formed an editorial board in April 2000. In this document the editorial policy of the RNSAW is explained.
An article on the RNSAW which appeared in the Catholic News Service.
This RNSAW was not only delayed because of the tremendous amount of extra work due to the killings in Al-Koshh but also due a decision of the South Cairo Court on January 2, 2000 to sent the wife of the editor of the RNSAW for one month to prison for an offense she never committed. The court...
The RNSAW is pleased to introduce to you a new member of the Board of Advisors: The Revd. Dr. John Watson. Dr. John Watson is an Anglican scholar who was intimately involved in the campaign to release Pope Shenouda, after the arrest in 1981. He has published more than 500 articles, and three small...
Mr. Ramzi Zaklama, a member of the Supreme Board of the liberal Wafd Party in Egypt and initiator of the Committee of the Wise, a group of twenty persons, Copts and Muslims to discuss problems of Copts in Egypt, joined the board of advisors of the RNSAW. He wrote for the RNSAW an article about the...
The RNSAW is glad to inform you that Prof. Dr. Mary Massoud, "Professor of English and Comparative Literature" at Ain Shams University, has agreed to serve on the board of advisors of the RNSAW. The RNSAW asked Dr. Massoud to introduce herself to you.

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