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The second part of the discussions of Al-Amal [Labor] party about the Egyptian people in the light of the Al-Kosheh incidents and the general discussion of Muslim-Christian relations in Egyptian society.
... we asked the professors of the Azhar and Islamic scholars for their opinion on what Al-Banna says. Their rage and objections against what he said surprised us. They made it clear that the apostate’s punishment is death and that a Muslim has no freedom to leave his religion.
The author argues that the non-implementation of the recommendations of the report by a special committee convened to look into the communal violence in Al-Khanka in 1972, the Al-Oteify report, led indirectly to the recent communal violence in Al-Kosheh, because the underlying issues were not...
The author of this article challenges some of the statements made by Reverend Father Makarious Youssef of the Church of St. George in Abu Qurqas in an interview with a foreign news agency.
... Your Holiness Pope John Paul II, Pope of Vatican: Egypt is a country in which the crescent mingles with the cross. It has mosques and churches and everybody worships God Almighty. There are no sectarian conflicts at all and [this is] especially [so] in the era of President Mubarak. For the...
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."
Bishop Wissa, Bishop of Al-Balyana and Dar El-Salam, where Al-Kosheh is located, was sending many faxes to international human rights organizations, and to Copts living abroad, demanding that they rise and save the Copts of Egypt from the killings they suffer at the hands of Muslims!!! Wissa spoke...
The disaster of Al-Koshh has shaken Egyptian feelings. It hit everybody with fear and worry about the future of the nation that is threatened by anonymous hands seeking to destroy its stability and national unity. There is no doubt that these incidents... raise many important questions. ... The...
"No compulsion is there in religion" is a rule which Islam has set, respecting other heavenly religions [Judaism and Christianity]. It has even set rules of Shari’a concerning dealing with followers of other heavenly beliefs...
Dr. Mustafa Al-Shakma in an interview with Atef Abdel-Ghany, talks about the forthcoming celebrations of the fourteen-hundredth anniversary of Egypt’s entry into the Islamic world. He insists that the people of Egypt were not forced to adopt Islam after its Fath [opening up of the land by Muslims...

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