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The author argues that it is in the interest of the Israeli secret service to saw discord between peoples of different denominations in the countries surrounding Israel. Examples are given from Egypt and Lebanon.
An effort is made to analyze the origin of the killings in al-Kosheh. It was horrible what took place but the events can only be described as transitory throughout a long history of peaceful coexistence between Egypt’s Muslims and Copts, who have been living together without any discrimination...
It seems that Muslims have no other option but to believe that they are destined to fight fierce warfare in the twenty first century and they will not find any way out of its fires. The snares are set everywhere and these snares are getting narrower every day. In this new era, Muslims have no...
Why did Al-Azhar close its doors before the Copts after it had embraced the prominent ones? Why did the Copts forget their uprising against the last Coptic Prime minister? Why does not the state adopt a national project to finish off the demon of fanaticism?
Al-Koshh riots are individual actions that are not accepted by any religion. When the Arabs entered Egypt in 640 AD, Egyptians were happy to receive them and Islam never forced anyone to be Muslim.
Shortly after the BBC introduced a poll about the possibilities of peaceful co-existence between Muslims and Christians that, many violent scenes happened in four Islamic countries, namely, Egypt, Indonesia, Nigeria and Lebanon. The poll raised many questions about the future of the minorities in...
Whatever the circumstances were, or the excuses, what happened last week in Al-Koshh that is located in Upper Egypt should not pass away without strict and harsh punishment for everyone who caused or participated in or encouraged the disaster.
Subtitle: In Western media, every Muslim is a terrorist or another Khomeini At the Al-Albeit University, north of the Jordanian capital Amman, scholars from 90 Islamic and Arabic universities gathered to discuss the challenges facing the Islamic world. One of the most important challenges discussed...
An article about a corruption case of a police colonel who was ready to free prisoners for the exchange of money.
Interview with Dr. Nasr Abu Zeid about his love for Egypt, his status at the Cairo University and Leiden University (The Netherlands), how it happened he was declared an apostate, how he left Egypt and his views about Islam and the West.

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