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Mai Magdy and Esben Justesen worked on this paper on the controversial Islamist Zaghloul al-Najjār. 
An interview with Metropolitan Bīshūy, the Holy Synod Secretary General, regarding some serious issues.
A delegation from the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs promises Copts in Britain that actions will soon be taken to solve Copts’ problems in Egypt.
The author discusses the case of Wafā’ Qustantīn, and wonders why her case has been given such a great deal of attention.
The author highlights incidents in Egypt in the last month that deal with religions and relations between Muslims and Christians, he believes that these incidents are representative of Egyptian attitude in general toward religions. He concludes by wondering if Egypt is going backwards.
Review of the Cairo press in which three controversies are discussed. First, a Fatwá banning serving food or drinks during the day during Ramadan. Second the story of Qistantīn, a priest’s wife who disappeared and supposedly converted to Islam, and now lives in seclusion in a monastery, amid rumors...
An al-Qā‘idahorganizationstatementhas allegedly been released stating that the group will bomb monasteries in Egypt if they are holding Wafā’ Qistantīn against her will.
The author, Dr. Ibrāhīm al-Sāyh, comments on an official complaint submitted by the renowned Muslim scholar Dr. Zaghlūl al-Najjār against a Christian organization, accusing it of performing missionary activities in Cairo.
Dr. Zaghlūl al-Najjār accuses Coptic Orthodox clergymen of forcing Muslims to convert and declares that the Bible was distorted. The Coptic Orthodox Church responded denouncing Zaghlūl’s allegations.
Lotus Kīwān interviewed Father Zakarīyā Butrus about his motivations behind his frequent attacks at the Islamic faith and his relation with the Egyptian church.


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