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The author highlights the importance of dialogue in the society. Ikrām Lam'ī believes that the most challenging issue in the religious ideology now is the one of dialogue with others of different faiths. He states that dialogue cannot be achieved through conferences, speeches and articles, but it...
The author argues that unity in Islam calls for accepting the apology of those who are mistaken. He said that it is not appropriate for Shaykh Hasān, a salafī shaykh, to overreact to what Yaḥyā al-Jamāl, Prime Minister, said, particularly when al-Jamāl said he was misinterpreted. He added that...
A meeting sponsored by the Anna Lindh foundation and the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations was just held on 6 April 2011  at the headquarters of the Arab League. It is part of a forum seeking to explore how Arab-West relations could be built differently in the next decade, taking into...
 The author throws light on the crisis between Najīib Jabrā’īl and Bishop Marqus, which prompted Pope Shenouda to prevent holding any public conferences in any bishopric without his prior consent.    
A proposed national dialogue in Egypt, due to commence very soon, has rekindled post-revolution hopes that sectarianism, a legacy of the divide-and-rule policy of Mubārak's regime, will no longer exist in Egypt. The proposed dialogue has been announced by Deputy Prime Minister Yaḥyā al-Jamāl, who...
Deputy Prime Minister Yaḥyā al-Jamāl visited Coptic Pope Shinūdā III at the Saint Mark Cathedral in the Cairo district of al-ʿAbbāssīyah.
[Text spoken at the Missio-organized Parlamentarischer Abend in Berlin, March 15, 2011. The meeting was well attended. Seven members of parliament from different political parties participated, along with assistants of other members in parliament and diplomats of the Foreign Ministry. Dr. Otmar...
AWR was pleased to cooperate with Encounter, a program of ABC radio, Australia. For the interviews and transcript of ABC please check this address: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/encounter/stories/2011/3147651.htm#transcript  
President Mubarak resigned today. We have witnessed much of the events leading up to his resignation showing that reporting in the West provided a biased image. Images of Tahrir Square dominated most media since January 25 but little was reported about other parts of the country.   Foreigners...
Mai Magdy and Esben Justesen worked on this paper on the controversial Islamist Zaghloul al-Najjār. 

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