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Islamic awakening affects democracy, making the political contribution of the Muslim Brotherhood even more difficult, as the author presents some of the problems that may face society if the Muslim Brotherhood takes authority.
A group of Egyptian intellectuals of different political and religious hues, has met in Sharm al-Sheikh to discuss the subject: Terrorism: the phenomenon and the confrontation.
Intellectuals in our society should have the courage to acknowledge that terrorism has emerged from the Islamic world.
The three authors criticize reporting in the Layman, an American Presbyterian publication, claiming Christians in Egypt are persecuted. They believe the author of this article was ill-informed and provided readers with wrong information. The Layman got the opportunity to respond to their criticism...
Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) and the Ministry of Awqaf will organize a forum in which a group of distinguished Islamic scholars and Christian clergymen will discuss the challenges of globalization and its passivity over the Arab and Islamic communities.
The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services organized a seminar on whether the role of religion changed because of globalization. Islamic thinker Selim Al-Awa assured that religion has a role to play at all times. The Jesuit father Henry Boulad said that modernism is a challenge to...
European Union (EU) foreign policy commissioner Javier Solana had talks with Egyptian President Husnī Mubārak over ways of protecting religious symbols and beliefs as part of his efforts to defuse the crisis. During his visit to Egypt, the second leg of his tour of Arab and Muslim nations in the...
Nabīl Sāmu’īl Abādīr argues that NGOs promoting democracy should themselves be democratic.
Celebrating the Evangelical Church’s 150 years of ministry in Egypt, Munā al-Mallākh writes on the history of Evangelicalism in Egypt.
The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) yesterday organized an intellectual panel with the participation of a number of Muslim and Christian religious leaders.

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