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Egyptians are no longer peaceful people, is the idea that Ramzī Zaqlama is explaining in his column in Al- Wafd. He attended a lecture at the cathedral were it was discussed along with Copts problems.
Salah Muntasir discusses the laws relating to the building of churches.
Samih Fawzī argues that the Muslim Brotherhood have contradictory stands when it comes to speaking about the rights of Egyptian Copts. Sometimes they encourage having a consolidated, unified Coptic stand, while at other times, they deny Copts the right to hold military posts and call for the...
The Qur’ān refers to the birth of Jesus Christ as a supernatural phenomenon. It also describes the Virgin Mary as one who "guarded her chastity," defending her against accusations of wanton unchastity, directed at her during her lifetime and recorded in the Talmud.
The author argues that Pope Shenouda can do nothing more to stop Father Zakarīya Butrus attacking Islam, since Butrus is no longer part of the Coptic Orthodox church, and therefore does not fall under the pope’s authority.
Dr. Nabīl Louqā Bibāwī, in this article, calls for a new model of culture that spreads love and tolerance among the people of the heavenly religions, presenting an example of an American pastor who allows Muslims to pray in the churchyard on Fridays.
Mutāwi‘ Barakāt writes about Egyptian Coptic intellectuals rejection of the idea of increasing the attention that the UN and US have placed on the plight of the Copts in Egypt.
Dr. Nabīl Louqā Bibāwī calls on Father Zakarīya Butrus to change his preaching style, saying he is preaching Christianity through attacking Islam, which threatens Muslim-Christian relations.
Islam encourages ethics and Islamic texts state that some non-Muslims are people of ethics. Some events show that Muslims are not the only people who have ethics. There are some non-Muslims whose behavior is more ethical than some people who claim that they are Muslims. The opposing attitude of...
The article is an interview with Dr. Abdel-Mo´ti Bayoumi. He comments on ijtihad, secularism and the legality of women issuing fatwas. He also comments on his expectation of being appointed rector of the Azhar University.
Sout Al-Umma devoted a special file to an overview of the book “Muhammad…Al-Risalah Wa Al-Rasul” [Muhammad…Mission and Messenger] by Christian writer Nazmi Luqa.
The article presents a short overview of the personal and professional life of Anwar Luqa.
The author praises President Mubarak for his role in consolidating national unity. He also praises the relation between Pope Shenouda and the Sheikh of the Azhar.
The article is an overview of Dr. Nabil Luqa Bebawi’s book “The Problems of Copts in Egypt and their Solutions” [The book was covered by AWR in previous issues].
The article discusses the problems of Copts in Egypt in a review of a book by Coptic writer Nabil Luqa Bebawi. The book is titled “The Problems of Copts and their Solutions.”
The article is an overview of Dr. Nabil Luqa Bebawi’s book “Terrorism is not an Islamic Product.”
The Middle East Research Center at Ain Shams University organized a seminar titled "Islam and Christianity standing up to Western claims.” Muslim and Christian participants called for setting out a unified Arab strategy in order to face Western claims and Zionist spite. They praised Egyptian...
The author asks Coptic intellectuals their opinion concerning the plan of Colin Powell to change Arab regimes and an article discussing the citizenship of Christians. He also criticizes Dr. Milad Hanna´s comments on President Mubarak´s decision that established January 7 as a national...
The author believes that President Mubarak has brought back the good old days of national unity and that the friendship between the Grand Imam of the Azhar and Pope Shenouda is a clear example on that.
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