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Egyptian columnist Ḥamdī Rizq writes this week: Sectarian strife is more severe than murder, indeed, more severe than murder. Sectarian strife is the door to all evils, and God has mercy on us from sectarian strife as manifested in Minya.
The Coptic woman's ambition never ends; she is tireless, and never gives up trying to get her rights, especially in facing the church’s legacy of dominance over women’s affairs.
Media presenter Majdī Ṭanṭāwī attacked the Minister of Religious Endowments, Muḥammad Mukhtār Jumʿa, for his decision to ban loudspeakers in tarāwīḥ prayers so as to respect Christians’ feelings. 
This issue presents a number of articles on the freedom of expression and the freedom of creed, and also comments on a new film released in The Netherlands, which is trying to counter-act the harm caused by the controversial film ’Fitna.’
The following article presents the second and final installment of a two-series article that discusses Aḥmad Maḥmūd ‘Abd Allāh, or Abū Islām Ahmad ‘Abd Allāh as he preferred to be known as.
The writer comments on an article written in a French newsmagazine which makes a prejudiced comparison between the image of Jesus and the Prophet Muhammad.
The author of the article examines Karen Armstrong’s article, ’The Muslim Prophet Born in Bethlehem,’published by The Guardian a few days ago. In her article, Armstrong denied the existence of a clash of civilizations between Islām and the West and highlighted the exalted position of Christ in...
Ayman al-Tuhāmī presents the story of Jesus’s birth, known as the nativity, as described in the New Testament and the Qur’ān. al- Tuhāmī explains that the major area of theological disagreement between the Qurā’n and the Bible is how each side regards Christ: While the Bible calls him the "Son of...
A research about the characteristics and vocabularies of human rights in secondary school books of religion revealed that issues of doctrine were present more than human rights principles.
Ahmad ‘Arafāt al-Qādī explains some fundamentalist Western thinkers’ arguments about the basic principles between the Christian West and the Muslim East. The difference between the two civilizations is a basic one, and the clash is inevitable.
The spiritual phenomenon and lights, which accompanied the apparition of the Holy Virgin in the province of Assiut have continued for the third month. Thousands of people go there wanting to see her and get blessed. Some of them have reportedly been miraculously cured of dangerous diseases.
Known for her stance against the Niqāb, Dr. Āminah Nusayr, a professor of theology and Islamic philosophy at the Azhar University, explains that the Niqāb is a traditional dress that existed before Islām. She urges men and women to integrate into society while maintaining modesty and piety.
The Egyptian Coptic Evangelical Church is accused of receiving support from American fundamentalist pastors that are loyal to America and believe in Israel’s rights in Palestine.
Explaining the broad meaning of the concept of jihād in Islām, Muslim thinker Rajab al-Bannā quoted famous British writer Karen Armstrong’s definition of it as "struggle and effort, not a synonym for holy war as Westerners define it." Ahmad ‘Izz al-Dīn al-‘Arab wrote in a short article in al-...
Head of the Pontifical Council for Inter- Religions Dialogue, Cardinal Paul Poupard, addressed the Vatican’s annual greeting to Muslims at the end of the Ramad...
Imīl Amīn mentions the principles for successful Muslim-Christian dialogue.
Muslims and Christian put the Virgin Mary in the highest rank among women. Many Qur’ ānic verses and hadīth refer to this fact.
Subtitle: 1- An Islamic preacher says on the Internet: Christians deceive Muslims by building churches in the form of mosques 2- A Christian Internet site called “Wild Christianity” specializes in attacking Islam 3- Internet sites for the books and essays of: El Karadawy, Said Kotb, Ibn...
A study carried out by the Ministry of Social Affairs showed that there are twenty-one thousand children in Egypt who have no name, identity or legal existence. These children are the outcome of ‘urfī or unofficial marriages in which the father refuses to acknowledge the paternity of his...
The author of the article compares the annual youth camps held by the Coptic Orthodox church to camps organized by the Takfīr wa-al-Hijrá group.


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