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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.
Evā Roumānī presents a study on the life of an Egyptian Copt who devoted himself to creating a better legal, intellectual, patriotic, social and political system in his homeland. Dr. William Sulaymān Qilāda was also a Coptic thinker who tried to establish complete citizenship for Copts.
The author discusses the concept of Arab nationalism, how it started, developed and deteriorated. He shows the opinions of some intellectuals on citizenship in Egypt where Muslims and Christians live.
The late William Soliman Qilada played a role in his generation of the 1940s and the 1950s. His achievements include a historiography for the State Council and important studies on the history of civil law in Egypt. He also wrote about the Egyptian experience of national unity in “Muslims and...
The CNN American Net broadcast a show because of the visit of Pope John Paul II to Egypt. Throughout the show that was entitled "Question and answer" which was presented by Riz Khan, the relationship between Muslims and Christians in Egypt and the effect of the Pope’s visit on these relationships...
Dr. William Soliman Qilada represents the school of Egyptian nationalism. He worked hard to find out the events in Egypt’s history that prove the union between Christians and Muslims.
Dr. William Qilada’s occupation was the issue of national unity, especially in the period Egypt witnessed the peak of terrorism.
Personal memories of Dr. William Qilada who supported the start of the RNSAW.
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.
Dr. William Suleiman Qilada was really one of the most respected examples of the strong Coptic-Orthodox lay-person who has the courage to voice his convictions and opinions. He was totally dedicated to his Egyptian citizenship. It is not by chance that his last book was on "the principle of...

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