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A paper presented at the annual interfaith dialogue meeting of the Anglican communion and the Permanent Committee of the Azhar al-Sharif for Dialogue with the Monotheistic Religions that prompted criticism from Metropolitan Seraphim for the portrayal of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt.
Bishop Marqus comments on Bishop Munīr’s text on “Christian minorities in the Islamic world; an Egyptian perspective.”
The author discusses the concept of Arab nationalism, how it started, developed and deteriorated. He shows the opinions of some intellectuals on citizenship in Egypt where Muslims and Christians live.
This article criticizes the lies of the US Copts Association that were earlier spread via paid advertisements in American newspapers. This time, however, emigrant Copts were given a chance to voice their claims in the United Nations (UN) during a meeting of the Human Rights Committee.
The First Egyptian-German forum was held in Germany with the participation of 45 academics, intellectuals and media and religious men. The forum discussed the issue of democracy and its relation to citizenship.
The press review tackles the controversy sparked during a symposium convened to discuss the Coptic heritage encyclopedia, issued by the Yuhannā al-Habīb publishing house.
The author asks Coptic intellectuals their opinion concerning the plan of Colin Powell to change Arab regimes and an article discussing the citizenship of Christians. He also criticizes Dr. Milad Hanna´s comments on President Mubarak´s decision that established January 7 as a national...
Sheikh Youssef Al-Qaradawi explains the true Islamic approach that should be followed by preachers when addressing Muslims and non-Muslims. He believes that using the word “citizens” is better than using “Dhimmi” in referring to non-Muslims. He rejects the approach of some preachers, who terrify...
Bat Ye´or´s “The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam” is an example of polemical literature. The book, among other similar writings dominant in the West, shows that Islamic concepts are deliberately misrepresented in the West – which causes frustrations among Muslims. But much polemical...
The school textbooks of the Azhar, especially those of the secondary grade, were authored to make a thousand Bin Lādins instead of contemporary ‘ulamā’s who can stand up against terrorism.


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