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A celebration was held today for the launch of a book entitled ‘Al-Tafsīr al-ʿArabī lī al-Kitāb al-Muqqadas’ (Arabic Interpretation of the Holy Bible).  On that occasion, Egypt’s former Minister of Culture and writer, Ḥilmī al-Namnam said that the unawareness of the others and their culture is a...
In his column this week journalist and writer Hānī Labīb reports that he recently viewed a post sent by Eng. Ṭāriq al-Malṭ in which he criticized that while the State is celebrating its complete financial and administrative takeover of the Muslim Brotherhood’s schools that are originally controlled...
Professional British musician Martin Orbidans was so moved by the needs of children and youth with large learning gaps, that he decided to offer music lessons at the CAWU Learning Center. Students who can afford to pay will pay and with these payments Martin will contribute to the costs of the...
President of the [Coptic Evangelical] Holy Synod of the Nile, Rifʿat Fikrī Saʿīd, writes: The media reported last week that the security forces of Beni Suef [Banī Suwayf] were able to contain an incident inside the Church of St. Georges the Great Martyr in the village of Zaytūn in Markaz Nāṣir of...
The minister of culture in Egypt, Ḥilmī al-Namnam, attended the opening of the second book exhibition at St. Mark’s Cathedral in ʿAbbāssiyya, Cairo. Dr. Haytham al-Ḥājj ʿAlī, along with the General Bishop Armiyyā, were also present on the opening day. 
  In 1889 [translators note: this date is most likely a typing mistake, correct date unknown] in one of Damascus’ streets, I picked up a photograph of a blind Muslim named Muḥammad carrying on his back this disabled Christian dwarf named Samīr.
In this lengthy interview with October Magazine, Bishop Yūhannā Qultah says that the recent meeting of the Middle East Synod in Vatican City has "changed the church's perception of Islam 180 degrees, encouraging it to respect Islam and Muslims." The Deputy Patriarch of the Coptic Catholic Church...
Ahmed Kamāl Abū al-Majd emphasizes the important role that religious institutions must play in Egyptian society, bemoaning their recent decline.
  ‘Abd al-Wahāb Sha‘bān suggests that intellectuals’’ overuse of the term “citizenship” has led to a fake face of enlightenment without underlying substance.
The Head of al-Wafd, Mahmūd Abāzah, advocates that Muslims and Christians should try their best to solve their tensions without depending on religious leaders. According to him, the lack of religious tolerance in the educational system is the direct reason for the sectarian strife between religious...

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