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In an interview with Rose al-Yousuf, editor-in-chief of al-Katība al-Tībīya (the Theban legion) and Pastor of the Virgin Mary and Pope Kyrillos Church, Father Mityās Nasr Mankarius speaks out on the aims of the controversial magazine.
Usāma Salāma blames al-Katība al-Tībīya magazine for what he describes as promoting extremist views on the pretext of defending religion.
The author discusses the Coptic revolutions against the Muslims in the 8th and 9th centuries.
Dr. Muhammad al-Bishārī, Chairman of the General Federation of French Muslims asserts that Muslims in Europe are an important part of their evolving societies. However he argues that they face many challenges in European societies and should have the right to preserve their Islamic identities.
The author discusses the possibility that religious affiliations have become more important than national affiliations and urges Egyptians to steer clear of this path.
President Jacques Chirac forewarns that Turkey’s rejection by Europe may cause it to move towards fundamentalism and fanaticism.
Some days ago and in one of the daily newspapers we read a unique idiom. The idiom reads “the Islamic example of the sexual relation.” Even the sexual relation between a husband and a wife was classified religiously under Islamic concepts. Why do we insist on adding the word ‘Islamic’ to every...
Has piety become a means of profit-making? Or have some of us contracted psycho-social diseases that render our manners ostentatious and showy? In some five-star hotels now there are so-called Islamic wedding parties, the cost of which for 100 invited persons in all cases exceeds LE 100,000. The...
The history of Arab armies shows that the political caliphate [rule] was turned into a religious dispute, and they considered waging a war against their rivals a religious duty. The armies of Abu Bakr Al-Sediq [the first Caliph] used to wage war against those who did not pay the Zakat [Obligatory...
In a lecture given at the Journalists’ Syndicate, Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi explained that the prophet was tolerant in dealing with People of the Book [Jews and Christians], and that is why they are called “People of the Book.”


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