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The Grand Imam speaks about the agreement the Azhar signed with the Anglican Church. He said that there would be more agreements with other churches in the future. He added that the most important thing is that the dialogue should not focus on creeds. It should focus more on supporting the...
Bishop Mounir Anis, Episcopal Bishop of Egypt, sent us the following documents: - Archbishop to sign Anglican-Muslim agreement, - Text of the dialogue agreement between al-Azhar al-Sharif and the Anglican Communion, - Speech delivered at the American Embassy in Cairo for the Memorial Service of 11...
Tomorrow, The Grand Imam Dr. Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi will travel to London to sign a dialogue and cooperation agreement with the Anglican Church. The Grand Imam stated that his visit to London came in the framework of the efforts Egypt is exerting to promote peace and counter terrorism. He added...
The Azhar agreed to sign a dialogue agreement with the British Anglican church. The agreement aims to promote the common principles between Islam and Christianity. The Archbishop of Canterbury invited the Sheikh of the Azhar to visit London to attend the signing of the agreement.
The Danish premier denounced any expression of opinion that is meant to distort the image of any group based on their religious or ethnic affiliations, adding these acts have no place in a society that is built on respect for the individual. He described cartoons published by newspapers in Denmark...
A high-ranking Muslim-Christian delegation, led by the muftī of Egypt, Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘a, is due to arrive Thursday in the Republic of Ireland in an attempt to correct the false perceptions of Islam in Europe and to push forward interfaith dialogue.
Delegates of the Episcopal Church from over 150 countries have commended the tolerance of Islam and amity they experienced in Egypt.
The tendency among some authors to exaggerate the distinction between the West and Islam is grounded in a proposed polarity based on mutual suspicion and hatred, or on fear.
Many Muslims believe that Christians in the West have never given up the idea of the Crusades and missionaries work hand in hand with Western imperialists. The Bishop concludes that the Crusades occurred as a result of ignorance of Christ's teachings and love. The church today views the Crusades as...
Archbishop Rowan Williams made his first visit to the Diocese of Egypt since he became the Archbishop of Canterbury. The archbishop met with President Mubarak, Dr. Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi, the Grand imam of the Azhar, Pope Shenouda and laid the foundation stone of Harpur Community Health Centre in...

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