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Dr. Hannā discusses religious and national identity in the context of sectarian strife in Egypt.
Religious fractions as justification to create a Coptic state are discussed.
Robeir al-Faris discusses the paradoxical situation in Egypt regarding books that promote a religious doctrine. He cites two books that have been published recently that contain blatant promotions of Islam at the expense of Christianity and believes that Christians must be granted the same rights.
Samīr Marqus discusses the social reality in Egypt, the Coptic file, citizenship and the laws and rulings issued regarding building churches in Egypt at the present time.
The article discusses how fanaticism is only being further spread on the Egyptian streets with the distribution of CD’s that deride the beliefs of others.
‘Ādil Jundī writes his article from the perspective of a Muslim Egyptian, saying that he would work hard to purify his religious heritage by subjecting it to reason and research.
A debate was held at the Supreme Council of Culture about the religious communication in Egypt. Many intellectuals and men of religion in Egypt participated and expressed their viewpoints about the issue.
The author discusses Coptic iconography over time, as well as the significant contributions of a number of renowned Coptic iconographers.
The article discusses three recent books that cover a number of topics that focus on religion. The authors that are discussed include Patricia Hampl, Richard Dawkins and Matthew Kneale.
The phenomenon of Islamic schools is not new; the new thing is that these schools do not accept employing Christian teachers or enlisting Christian students. Last week an advertisement appeared in the last page of al-Ahram about a school called ?Al-Bashayir al-Islāmīyah.” The advertisement called...

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