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Proper logic says that it is foolish for people to fight each other because some of them have black eyes and are short while the others are not. The same logic judges that it is also foolish for people to fight each other for nothing except that some of them inherited Islam and others Christianity...
Dr. Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, the Grand Sheikh of the Azhar and Pope Shenouda III both spoke in a lecture entitled: "Religions, a source for values - A future vision". At the conclusion of the lecture, His Holiness [the Pope] said: "Being here with His Eminence the Grand Sheikh of the Azhar is the...
Robin Cook, the British Foreign Minister, has praised the friendship and tolerance between religions in Egypt. In a special statement to Rose El-Youssef, Cook said that he felt very comforted visiting the area of old Cairo, where mosques are so close to churches...
A disease is spreading all over the country and all the Egyptian leaders are denying its existence. The remedy is represented in the following phrase, "You have your own religion and I have mine."
All indications pointed out that the means, which the government follows to deal with the disaster of Al-Kosheh, do not support the national unity.
There are indications, which raise worry about the future of the national unity and the country itself. There are some officials who are dealing with the disaster of Al-Kosheh in a way that raises worry and troubles too. They have been classifying people in Al-Kosheh into rich Copts and poor...
All Egyptians should confront this feeling of persecution whether Christians or Muslims in order to develop our country and move towards the future. Saying that one could go to America and ask for its protection is a great humiliation for the country and the person himself.
Father Makarios Yusef of Abu Qurqas told al-Wafd about how he convinced AFP-correspondent Lachlan Carmichael about the unity of Muslims and Christians in Abu Qurqas. The RNSAW spoke to Carmichael who referred for his opinion to his article in the Middle East Times.
President Hosni Mubarak made sure that stability has come back to the village. Mubarak discussed the governmental procedures for compensations and punishing criminals.
Mustafa Bakry, editor-in-chief of al-Usbua blames bishop Wissa and others for believing that the USA will be able to protect the Copts in Egypt. Solutions need to be found in Egypt, not abroad. Those who say that Christians are treated like second degree citizens are abandoning the truth and...

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