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The article of Adel Hamouda in the last issue echoed widely in the circles of our brothers the Copts. It caused wide discussions between Moslems and Copts alike.
Book review of a book with the title "Emigrant Copts, a field Study On Worries of a Nation and Citizenship" that has raised several important and sensitive issues.
Dr. Selim Naguib, president of the Canadian Coptic Federation, sent this letter to President Mubarak to congratulate him with his survival of an attack on his life. Ramzy Zaklama comments on the importance of the letter for the RNSAW.
Dr. William Qilada’s occupation was the issue of national unity, especially in the period Egypt witnessed the peak of terrorism.
Personal memories of Dr. William Qilada who supported the start of the RNSAW.
Although Father George Qanawati has been widely celebrated, works on him as an intellectual, thinker and a philosopher have been too scarce. This is exactly what has prompted us to review Hani Labeeb’s documentary book on Father George Qanawati...
A dialogue between Dr. Maurice Asad, who has known Dr. William Sulaymān Qilāda for probably more then 50 years, and Drs. Kees Hulsman, who also knew Dr. Qilāda personally.
Dr. William Suleiman Qilada was really one of the most respected examples of the strong Coptic-Orthodox lay-person who has the courage to voice his convictions and opinions. He was totally dedicated to his Egyptian citizenship. It is not by chance that his last book was on "the principle of...
Egypt has lost one of its greatest patriotic intellects, Dr. William Suleiman Qilada who has enriched civil law and political thinking by several valuable studies. Dr. Qilada published several books in the area of national unity, citizenship, accepting the "other" and civil law. His latest book...
Dr. William Suleiman Qilada who recently died was a venerable judge. He was a Copt who devoted his life to strengthen national unity between Copts and Muslims in Egypt. He repeatedly wrote about citizenship and areas related to assessment, choice and criteria of citizenship.

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