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One of AWR’s interns investigated the long-winded church building story of the "Coptic Evangelical" [Presbyterian] Church in Ma’ādī.
The issue of rising sectarian tensions in Egypt is something that must be addressed directly and not shied away from, writes Hulsman in this week’s editorial.
The article talks about the opening of a new church in the United Arab Emirates by Pope Shenouda III and the second laymen’s conference.
In media it is now usual to criticize the racial discrimination culture and to suggest solutions by sympathizing with women by calling them “half of the society” and with Copts who are called “the other part of the nation tissue” without realizing that these names emphasize separation and division.
The author recounts the story of Don Sebastian and the myths related to him and how his name is related to wishes of putting an end to Islam
The author recounts historical events that show the early conflicts between Islam and the West. He believes that it is natural that the two groups are in conflict; while Islam represents a civilization of monotheism, freedom and justice, the West represents paganism, oppression, violence, racism...
The Minister of Awqaf affirmed that there is no intention on the part of the Ministry of Awqaf or the government to limit the building of mosques. He added that the conditions that were applied recently concerning this matter are only aimed at preserving the sanctity and the holiness of the mosques...
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...

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