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Several readers have sent letters in response to a previous letter by reader Samīr Farancis criticizing Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār’s articles about the scientific miracles contained in the Qur’ān. The first of these letters was by Hamdī ‘Abd al-Mo‘tī ‘Alī, who said Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār needs nobody’s...
The author criticizes Professor Zaghloul al-Najār’s continued attacks on Copts, underlining that his statements underestimate Christianity and threaten to fracture national unity in Egypt.
‘Adlī Abādīr makes shocking statements accusing Egyptian authorities and the Muslim Brotherhood of treating to kill him.
Father Marqus ‘Azīz comments on the sectarian-based crime in Alexandria and blames it on the authorities, media and Islamic writers.
Wajīh Yousuf Fāna opposes Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār’s viewpoint that there is a reference to Islam in the Bible.
Father Shenouda Marqus rejects the Danish cartoons and expresses his understanding for the angry feelings of Muslims, but at the same time wonders why Muslims in Egypt do not show the same level of sanctity towards Christianity, which he feels is being humiliated everyday in Egypt.
‘Imād Samīr ‘Awad believes that the behavior of the Islamic thinker Zaghloul al-Najjār does not differ, in harming the feelings of Christians, from that of the Danish caricaturist who humiliated Islam by mocking its prophet.
Dr. Zaghloul Al-Naggar wrote an article that was published in Al-Ahram, June 23, 2003, under the title “From the secrets of the Qur´an.” It is one of his articles in which he comments on the scientific inimitability of the Qur´an. He claimed that the Holy Bible is perverted. Such a claim...
This article by Dr. Zaghloul al-Najjār is the response to an article by Rev. Rif‘at Fikrī Sa‘īd critiquing Dr. al-Najjār’s interpretation of the Bible.
In this article Rev. Rif‘at Sa‘īd criticizes the article of Dr. Zaghloul al-Najār published in al-Ahrām on February 20, 2006. According to the author, Dr. al-Najār misinterpreted a Biblical term in order convince his readers of his opinion.
This news reports about the complaint Father Rafīq Jārsh, head of the press office of Catholic Church, made to al-Ahrām’s editor-in-chief over Dr. Zaghloul al-Najār’s misinterpretation of a biblical term.
The Copts Daily Digest placed a criticism of an article of Dr. Zaghloul el-Naggar which was published in April. Dr. Al-Naggar wrote in that article that the revealed books before the Qur’an, including the Bible, were all lost or altered. Pastor Ameal Haddad wrote a strongly apologetic response,...
Father Morqos looked at a collection of books that damage national unity and criticize the Bible, claiming it is falsified. He believes anybody who thinks he should praise Islam has to defame Christianity and wonders why.
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