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The author introduces his vision which he believes will help to establish political security within the country, by allowing the fair and legal participation of the Muslim Brotherhood in the political spectrum
Jamāl As‘ad writes about the Muslim and Christian situation toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Rafīq Habīb criticizes media claims that the Muslim Brotherhood and the Egyptian government have made any kind of deals, and elaborates as to why it would be incredibly difficult for the two entities to come to any kind of agreement.
Max Michel argues that chastity is not a biblical or theological condition for choosing the patriarch.
The author writes about Kamāl Zākhir Mūsá, coordinator of Ecclesiastical reform front. He introduces his book al-‘Almānyyūn wa al-Kanīsah’ [the laymen and the church]. He presents the reforms which Zākhir Mūsá proposed.
Majdī Najīb Wahbah replies to Jamāl As‘ad’s criticisms of Bishop Thomas and As‘ad’s accusations of Bishop Thomas being a Zionist agent.
The author says that Bishop Bīshūy, secretary of the Holy Synod, said that expatriate Copts who hold demonstrations abroad are violating the instructions of Christ, and thus could be considered infidels. The author, concerned with the harshness of this accusation, discusses the opinion of other...
The author discusses the ideas of Kamāl Zākhir involving the political function and candidacy of the pope, as well as the need for a pope’s deputy and his calls for Copts to stop comparing national and religious belonging.
Hānī Samīr talks about "monasticism and the future", which is the theme of the fourth conference of the Coptic Laymen, to be held early next year.
Zākhir explains why he wants to sue Bishop Bīshūy, the general secretary of the Coptic Orthodox Holy Synod.

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