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Egyptian intellectuals express their views on the reason behind the Alexandria incident in particular and sectarian tension in Egypt in general.
Mamdouh Nakhla, head of the Al -Kalīma Center for Human Rights, is participating with Muhammed al-Dirinī and ‘Aboud al- Zumour in the authorship of a book entitled "The Hell Capital" about how Christians and prisoners are treated in Egypt.
The Coptic dossier has been the center of Egyptian media attention for the past few decades.
A new law forces the Ministry of Interior to acknowledge the conversion of Coptic Orthodox Christians to Islam.
In an interview, the general director of the Religious Guidance Department at the Ministry of Awqāf [Endowments], Dr. Sālim ‘Abd al-Jalīl argues that freedom of religion is guaranteed in Islam, since God says: “There is no compulsion in religion. The right direction is henceforth distinct...
The Document of Religious Rights, signed in April 2005 by the former head of the Interfaith Dialogue Committee, Dr. Fawzī al-Zifzāf, with visiting U.S. Christian clerics, has been categorically rejected by the Religious Affairs Committee of the People’s Assembly, on the grounds that it "...
Fourteen centuries ago, the author argues that Islam began promoting mutual respect and peaceful coexistence among human beings.
More discussion on the second article of the Egyptian constitution, which reads: "Islam is the religion of the state and Arabic its official language. Islamic jurisprudence is the principal source of religion.”
In his message from Brussels, ‘Abd Allāh Mustafa reports on the latest Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly where reports drawn up by the EMPA’s political, economic and cultural committees were approved and debates were held.
Hānī Labīb rejects the idea of internationalizing the problems of Copts in Egypt, believing that the only way out of such problems is through implanting the concept of citizenship between both Christians and Muslims.

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