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Four different opinions from Muslims and Christians, concerning the campaign launched by the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights to have religion data omitted from identity cards.
The author writes about the ongoing Islamization of Egypt. In this article he describes the historical Arabization of Egypt.
Following the announcement of a festival for Christian films, views of critics and film directors varied between opposing “religionizing” the cinema and demanding these movies to be screened in normal theatres for non-Christian viewers.
The article tackles the problems with the Islamic-Christian dialogue, highlighting the problems Copts are facing regarding their integration into Muslim society.
With the growth of home-grown terrorism in Europe and in Canada, scholars and experts discuss the reasons why some Muslims in Western societies seem to be drawn to terrorism.
The author asserts that women, who are hiding their faces or hair, are actually hiding their natural identity, which was given to them by God.
The author deals with the hijab as a new identity for Muslims, instead of playing a social role, listing some factors that led to this change.
The Islamic singing business and its gains that reached twelve million Egyptian pounds. Islamic sources asserted that Islamic singing began thirty years ago and it was allowed according to certain conditions.
Preaching on public transport has become a phenomenon in the past few years. “It is very common in microbuses to find people giving cassette tapes with religious content to the driver to play throughout the journey.” Walīd Ahmad, a university student, says.
Pamphlets printed in Saudi Arabia appeared hours before the Shamm al- Nasīm feast in Egypt calling for preserving the Islamic identity and prohibiting Muslims from celebrating others’ feasts.


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