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A dispute arose at the American University in Cairo over whether or not to admit a member of the Muslim Brotherhood in part of a dialogue on issues between Copts and the Brotherhood.
The author cannot understand how debating an article of the constitution should jeopardize people’s faiths and beliefs. However, some groups insist that questioning the second article of the constitution would lead to a ‘blood bath’ in Egypt.
Discussing the future of the Muslim Brotherhood group is a very thorny issue. The tricks they played during the presidential elections on many political parties make it clear that they should never be trusted.
Dr. Muhammad Habīb, Deputy Supreme Guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, has revealed that his group has presented the issue of their participation in the coming presidential elections to their Guidance Office. The final decision is expected next week.
Watanī newspaper held a symposium at the Journalists’ Syndicate headquarters on effective coexistence between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.
The article is discussing the secret resumption of dialogue between Egyptian Christians and the Muslim Brotherhood and the issues taken up in the agenda of the meeting, which included the isolation and persecution of Copts.
The Muslim Brotherhood is arranging a dialogue session with Alexandria’s Copts, scheduled on Thursday at the Egyptian Center for Media and Cultural Development, Alexandria.
Discussions have been taking place between the Muslim Brotherhood and Coptic groups. Some issues have been controversial, like finance and support for the Brotherhood from abroad, but there has been a proposal that the Brotherhood and Copts make a unified list for the local elections.
Raga’i Atiya said that he did not meet the General Guide of the Brotherhood and Mokhtar Nuh tried to agree with him on a public list. He refused the support of Fou’ad Serag Eddin Pasha because there were four Wafdists among the rivals for the Bar’s highest post. Pope Shenouda invited him for a day...
The introduction of the Coptic researcher Hani Labib’s "Religious protection crisis.. Religion and the state in Egypt" is written by Prof. Mohammed Selim Al-Awa, an Islamic thinker. Labib believes that the most dangerous tool of globalization is religion. Religion is the most explosive and...

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