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Responses to Lord Carey’s Cairo lecture. Sheikh Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi and the Mufti Dr. Ali Goma’a stressed the need for mutual understanding between Muslims and Christians. Questions were asked about bad reporting, the meaning of dialogue and evangelism.
The dark days in which we live, and of which some have prophesied an inevitable ‘clash of cultures’, give us a new chance to belie the prophets of gloom and to create a new relationship between our faiths. It will require leaders who, though firmly rooted in their traditions, are generous to...
The events of September 11 may push the world to adopt the idea of the clash of civilizations, but they also emphasize the need for dialogue between and among civilizations. I do not accept the idea that the future carries increasing violence, deeper bitterness and spiteful dialogues between and...
Reports mentioned that Dr. Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of the British Anglican Church, is to deliver as speech at the Azhar mosque in Cairo about the strong relations between Christians and Muslims. Dr. Williams will deliver his speech on the 11th of September. Similar news was also reported by...
Bishop Kenneth Cragg spoke on April 10 in the Faculty of Languages and Translation at the Azhar University.The Bishop said both Islam and Christianity acknowledge the greatness of God. Students asked the bishop about his opinion about the Palestinians. Some of them asked in a polemical fashion...
The article is an interview with Dr. Ali Al-Saman, the deputy-chairman of the Azhar Inter-Religious Dialogue Committee. He comments on the Muslim-Christian dialogue in the light of the US war on Iraq and the hostile relations between Islam and the West. He says that sending Christian missionary...
The article touches upon the background of the anti-war attitude of both Pope John Paul II and the new Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Grand Imam conveyed his congratulations to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of his taking up office. He assured him that the Azhar was paying great attention to inter-religious dialogue which is part of the doctrine of the Qur’an.
The Press Office of Lambeth Palace says "There seems to have been some error in the translation which has misrepresented the Archbishop." The Archbishop has said that in his visits to Egypt he had not encountered any persecution personally, but that he was aware of reports of persecution happening.
Dr. George Carey, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the head of the Episcopal British Church stressed his belief in the importance of building the strongest possible relations between the Islamic and the Christian leaders.

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