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The book "The Pope and the Grand Imam: A Thorny Path... A Testimony to the Birth of Human Fraternity" is showcased at the 52nd Cairo International Book Fair, in both al-Azhar al-Sharīf and the Muslim Council of Elders pavilions. The book was written by Judge Muḥammad ʿAbd al-Salām, Secretary...
The Jesuit Foundation will soon publish a book titled “The Door Closed between Copts and Muslims” [al-Bāb al-Mughlaq bayn al-Aqbāṭ wa al-Muslimīn] written by Dr. Aḥmad al-Khamīsī.   Al-Khamīsī mentioned to al-Dustūr that this third edition of the “The Door Closed” includes documentation and brings...
In his book, Impressions of Egypt [Inṭibāʿāt ʿan Miṣr], French voyageur Étienne-Louis Malus observes the impact of French culture and schools established by French missionaries on Egyptian society at the beginning of the 19th century.  Even though these schools were established and run by monks and...
In an interview with Copts-United, Dr. Reverend Rifʿat Fikrī, president of the Synod of the Nile – The High Council of the Evangelical Church, discussed his new book entitled, “Religious Reform in the West and the East,” on the occasion celebrating 500 years since Martin Luther. 
The publishing department of the American University in Cairo, AUC Press, has chosen ‘Coptic Christians and Muslims in Egypt: Two Communities, One Nation’ as their book of the month this June. The authors are Fikrī Andrāwus and Alison Orr-Andrawes, and the book was published in May.
Al-Dustūr publishes “The Seven Pillars of the Egyptian Identity”, a book written by Dr. Mīlād Ḥannā that forms the focus of the World Youth Forum of 2018. It seeks to confirm the cohesion of the Egyptian societal fabric in spite of its diversity. The reason behind the selection of the book for the...
Fr. Rafīq Jarīsh [Rafik Greish], spokesman of the Coptic Catholic Church of Egypt, reviews a recently published book entitled Kyrie Eleison…Fī Maḥabat al-Aqbāṭ [Lord Have Mercy…In Love To The Copts] written by author and columnist, Ḥamdī Rizq. The book, which was discussed in a seminar at the Cairo...
  In 1889 [translators note: this date is most likely a typing mistake, correct date unknown] in one of Damascus’ streets, I picked up a photograph of a blind Muslim named Muḥammad carrying on his back this disabled Christian dwarf named Samīr.
The rise of Islamist forces, in the light of lapses on the part of the State and its decline in terms of adopting the same policies of the former Mubārak regime, led Egyptian Muslims and Christians to seek refuge in religion.
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) recently published a book entitled “Copts in Egyptian Society Before and After the Islamic Conquest, Archaeological, Historical, and Applied Studies”.

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