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Hānī Labīb criticizes what Dr.‘Imārah has said in the meeting with the graduates of the Azhar University about al-fitnah al-tā’ifīyah in Egypt.
The article discusses the questions surrounding article two of the Constitution, and who has the authority to call for its amendment. The author wonders who has the right to speak on behalf of the Copts.
The article is a review of Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s book entitled, ‘Infidel’ in which she talked about her personal experience as a woman living in an Islamic society.
The article talks about the second edition of Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah’s book which is considered incomplete as it does not include Dr. cImārah’s apology.
Reinhard Lauth is the first Catholic Orientalist to recognize Muḥammad as the prophet of God and the Qur’ān as the word of God. His book aroused heated discussions between the Egyptian minister of endowments who approved it and Azhar professors.
The article is based on a review of a book entitled, ‘Isqāt Nazarīyat Sirā‘ al-Ḥadārāt wa-I‘ādat Taqdīm al-Islām lil-‘Aql al-Gharbī’ [Toppling the Theory of Clash of Civilizations and Re-introduce Islām to the Western Mind] which responds to Samuel Huntington’s theory on the clash of civilizations...
Sa‘ad condemns Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah’s declarations and statements on satellite channels, and regards them an indication of igniting the fire of al-Fitnah al-Tā’ifīyah.
The interview with Muṣṭafá al- Fiqī, chief of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the People’s Assembly, is about the new amendments to the Constitution, the concept of the citizenship, and the Coptic political stance among these changes.
The new edition of Muḥammad ‘Imārah’s book, ’Fitnah al-Takfīr bayna al-Shī‘ah wa-al- Wahhābīyah wa-al-Sūfīyah’ [The Sedition of Takfīr between Shī‘ah Wahhābism and Ṣūfism] was issued following the withdrawal of his old one from the market after the author indeliberatily quoted texts from another...
The author reviews Dr ‘Abd al-Qādir al-Bahrāwī’s book, and comments on the information given in the book about Christianity.

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