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Dr. Bibawy is the author of sixteen books, a Ph.D. five times over, and going for the sixth. He has been very bold in the face of repeated criticism from Christians who believe he is too much of an advocate for Islam. In this interview Dr. Bibawy answers questions related to Christian-Muslim...
Some people think that the new conditions imposed on the building of mosques are a conspiracy. However, there is a pressing need to establish rules on the building of the mosques. According to the Qur’an and the sunna, a mosque could be used to spread temptation and insecurity among Muslims. That’s...
The Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomeus I residing in Istanbul, stated that there is not enough religious freedom in Turkey, stressing that the church is facing a lot of legal obstacles. The Patriarch also stated that Turkey is incapable of protecting its religious minorities, which, in turn...
The project of restoring the wall paintings of the church of Anba Antonius in the governorate of The Red Sea was financed with a donation from the American Agency of International Development. The Antiquities Council supervised an Egyptian-Italian team that specializes in engineering and...
Metropolitan Athanasius of Beni Suef passed away, 77 years old, on November 16 after several years of ill health. The author writes about some of his personal experiences with the bishop who was a man striving for Christian unity and dialogue with Muslims.
After the World War II, world relationships, cultures and religions became interpenetrated. This was due to mass media, conferences and international political, economic and cultural relationships. This interpenetration is unprecedented throughout all history. But the West looks at religion...
Why did Al-Azhar close its doors before the Copts after it had embraced the prominent ones? Why did the Copts forget their uprising against the last Coptic Prime minister? Why does not the state adopt a national project to finish off the demon of fanaticism?
The citizens of the Hosh Eissa are complaining that their church, which was closed down after a terrorist attack, has not been reopened for seven years now. The law governing the repair of churches was modified allowing governors, instead of the president, to make that decision. The modified law,...

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