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The Azhar has published a book called Mulāhadhāt ‘Ilmīya ‘Ala Kitāb al-Masīh fi al-Islām [Reviewer: Scientific notes on the book of Christ in Islam] by Dr. Muhammad ‘Umāra. “Who carried the cross upon which Jesus was crucified, Christ or Simon of Cyrene?” and the number of thieves who were...
The author criticizes a book review of Nabīl Louqa Bibāwī’s book, The Problems of Copts in Egypt and their Solutions, written by Al-Ahrām columnist Mahmoud Muntasir and warns against the idea of appeasing those who have returned from the Gulf with fundamentalist ideologies.
The author reviews on a full page three books by three different writers dealing with the Copts of Egypt and the history of their relations with Muslims.
A letter from a reader warns of the danger of Copts seeking outside assistance to solve their citizenship problems.
Tareef Al- Khalidi’s book "The Muslim Christ" points out the image of Jesus Christ in the Arabic-Islamic tradition. It aims to bring down the Western stereotypical perception of Islam that believes in an enmity between Islam and Christianity and accordingly a hostile attitude on the part of...
The author is reviewing the memories of Archbishop Hidrā of Aswān about the construction of the cathedral there and the solidarity shown by Muslim partners at the levels of both officials, including President Mubārak and Governor Samīr Yousuf, and people like Umm Muhammad who donated half her...
A book review of Jamāl al-Bannā’s book, My Coptic Brethren.
In this article, the author reviews a book by Tarīf al-Khālidī, a professor of Islamic history at Cambridge University, who refutes stereotyped notions about Muslims antagonizing Jesus and Christians.
Tareq Al-Bishri’s "Muslims and Copts in the Frame of the Patriotic Group" touches upon the relationship between Muslims and Christians in the period from the beginnings of the 19th century until the July 23 Revolution, in 1952. He gave many examples on how this relation was a good one and how both...
There is a relationship of a special kind between the nation and the Copts. That relationship was represented in individual Copts who were rich or highly educated who had special relationships with the governor. The author is of the opinion that if a group of Muslim and Christian wise men is formed...

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