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Dr. Samīr Marqus discusses the concept of cultural citizenship and its relation with the current ruckus in the Egyptian political arena about reforming certain articles in the Egyptian constitution.
Coptic, like Muslim fundamentalism, is not in the interest of Egypt. Usāmah Salāmah from Rose al-Yūsuf discusses different arguments of Coptic figures and responds to them in the following article.
Some intellectuals comment on Christians’ political activities.
A press review on a recent symposium about Copts’ participation in political life in Egypt. Participants of different perspectives expressed their viewpoints about the matter, and proposed practical steps to stimulate Copts’ participation in political life. The Muslim Brotherhood was also...
Drs. Hulsman provides a detailed description of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt, and a history of Coptic problems, stemming from their own actions and outside influences.
The author continues to refute the idea of Christian Zionism, saying that the idea of settling the Jews in the land of Palestine was strongly encouraged in many European countries and helped the Jews consolidate linking their settlement in Palestine to biblical beliefs and prophecies.
The author continues this series of articles, refuting the idea of Christian Zionism, saying that the idea of settling Jews into the land of Palestine was strongly encouraged by many European countries. This helped the Jews consolidate the link between their settlement in Palestine and biblical...
The author discusses the term "Christian Zionism" and its origin and argues that Zionism should not be described as Christian on the grounds that the Catholic and Orthodox churches as well as mainstream Protestants have rejected Zionism on a religious basis.
In his interview with Ākhir Sā‘ah, the writer and researcher Samīr Murqus talks about citizenship as a comprehensive concept and the reasons for the escalated sectarian tensions in Egypt.
The author discusses citizenship rights in Egypt exposing the opinions of various Egyptian prominent figures during a seminar held by the High Council for Culture.
Coptic researcher Samīr Marqus sees problems between Copts and Muslims mainly as a result of the wavering economy. Arab-West Report is convinced that efforts at economic development would help reduce incidents of sectarian strife.
The author of this article quotes several people, the conglomoration of which reveals that the secular-based Coptic council, al-Majlis al-Mīllī, is very important and provides much assistance to the Copts and the Church, but that it also currently has many weaknesses which must be sorted through.
Verbal skirmishes took place between the Copts and Dr. Jamāl Nassār, the media advisor of the Muslim Brotherhood murshid [guide], after Nassār objected to canceling the religious identity from official papers.
Commenting on reported attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood to appease Egypt’s Copts, Coptic thinker Samīr Marqus has described the "banned” group’s dialogue with Copts as useless and of no practical value.
History proves that Jews initiated the collective suicide. This is part of the Jewish character. Researcher Samir Marcos said that there are many Christian American groups that resort to violence to keep America the sole greatest power in the world. The Islamic thinker Dr. Mustafa Al-Shoka’a...
The administration of Human Rights in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a meeting with the head of the office for religious freedom of the United States. The discussion was about the meaning of religious freedom. There was a tangible change in Americans’ perception of the Egyptian social fiber...
"I believe the report of Dr. Yanney is very important. He wrote it in a balanced way and raised many issues that need discussion in Egypt" says Dr. Samir Marcos. But the issue of conversions is not really discussed because churches in Egypt are divided and "do not want to see reality."
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.
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