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In this issue, Rose al-Yousuf celebrates its 80th anniversary. Upon the invitation of the magazine, prominent Coptic thinker Dr. Mīlād Hannā writes how Rose al-Yousuf has led the debate over Coptic issues and problems.
A Coptic intellectual proposes the abolition of religious education in all Egyptian schools. A Muslim intellectual rejects the idea.
In his book, Aqbāt al-Qarn al-‘Ishrīn...Sāsa wa Ruhbān Khalf al-Qudbān [20th century Copts...politicians and monks behind bars], Mīlād Hannā believes the July Revolution to be responsible for the isolation of both Copts and Muslims. Being unable to express their views freely, Muslims and Christians...
Requesting Milad Hanna to participate in the Wafd party is the stone, which was thrown into stagnant water, after the concept of a political monopoly, by the National party, had been established in the minds of the silent majority. Despite the inefficiency of the opposition parties in Egypt, the...
Hanna is very positive about the apology. He calls it a historical moment. It reduces the feeling of pain of the people of the East who were hurt by the Crusaders. He later asks: "Will others in the region follow the example of the apology? Will Israel apologize for we at it did in Deir Yassin or...
The article is about many Copts who will be presented as candidates in each political party; Al-Wafd, Al-Tagammu, the Labor Party and the ruling National Party. In 1995 there were 57 Coptic candidates but none of them was in the National Party. This time everybody expects the National Party to...
The defense of the Brotherhood surprised everyone today by calling Milad Hanna, the Coptic thinker, as a defense witness before the court marshal looking into the case of the 20 Brotherhood "syndicate members."
This is a statement about the recent events of Al-Kosheh. Hundreds of cultured people in Egypt signed it. These people care about the country’s concerns.
... The government is the accused. It is the planner and the killer here, which means that what happened in Al-Kosheh is a creation of the government. However, nobody has told us how, why, and for what reason. ... If you want to know the truth of what happened in the Al-Kosheh incident, listen to...
Dr. Milad Hanna says in this interview: "... No minority managed to survive against the will of the majority. If a majority would have sought to end the existence of the minority, nothing would have stopped it. History, especially the Middle Ages [period], contains many examples of what I am...
For years, clerical and lay members of the Coptic Orthodox Church have criticized the authoritarian ways of Pope Shenouda III. The standard complaints, that he keeps church finances too close to his chest, refuses debate on issues like divorce, and is too quick to throw his opponents out of the...
Dr. Milad Hanna commented on the Pope’s decision not to pray over the body of Ibrahim Abdel Sayyed. He said that he was not on good terms with the Pope... Since he was still a priest when he died, what is the point of the Pope’s objection to praying over Father Abdel Sayyed’s body?
A dialogue between Dr. Maurice Asad, who has known Dr. William Sulaymān Qilāda for probably more then 50 years, and Drs. Kees Hulsman, who also knew Dr. Qilāda personally.
Egypt’s famous architect-writer Milad Hana will go to Paris to receive the prestigious Simon Bolivar award granted to him by the UNESCO in appreciation of his efforts in enhancing ties between Muslims and Copts in Egypt.

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