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The article consists of two parts, the first part is a response Al-Usbua received from Dr. Gebril concerning what was published last issue under the title “Serious statements by the Ibn Khaldoun Center.” The second part is Al-Usbua’s opinion on the statements of Gebril.
The Islamic conquest of Egypt saved Egypt’s Eastern Christianity from the oppression of Western Christianity, embodied in the colonial Byzantine Empire. The Islamic conquest of Egypt came as an attempt to liberate Egypt and saving Eastern Christianity from being annihilated by Western Christianity.
The Higher Council for Culture organized its first two-day symposium titled “Coptic Monuments of Egypt,” which was attended by many professors and research specialists. Abu Al-Hamad Farghali, a professor at the Faculty of Antiquities at Cairo University, explained that a large number of Coptic...
In the first meeting between Islam and Christianity, when Prophet Muhammad received a delegation of Nagran Christians in al-Madīna al-Munawara in the 10th Hijrī year, Islam’s respect for Christians’ sanctuaries was clear especially in how to deal with members of other faiths. - See art. 5:...
When ‘Amr Bin al-‘Āss conquered Egypt, Islam did not only free land and religious consciousness from the Roman Byzantine colonization, but also freed the Egyptian Orthodox churches.
A lecture on the Islamic conquest of Egypt was held in the Cairo Opera House. The speakers stressed that the Islamic conquest of Egypt was not a colonization. It saved the Copts from the persecution of the Byzantines. They warned against recent attempts to distort Islamic history in Egypt.
The author explained that the meaning of the word Copt means Egyptian and not Christian. That is only an invention of Christians which was accepted by some Muslim Egyptian intellectuals. He conclude his article by asking the Ministers of Education and Higher Education to review the place of Coptic...
Dr. Mohammed Emara, the Islamic thinker, explained that the Islamic opening of Egypt gave its people life and saved them from the Byzantine despotism and persecution, and gave back the Copts their freedom and church, after they had been hunted fugitives. He stressed that without Islam there would...
In this article which is a continuation of the interview reported in Al-Liwaa’ Al-Islami last week Milad Hanna argues that Egypt has a unique cultural identity which is the reason for the good relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt since the entry of Islam into Egypt.
Al-Koshh riots are individual actions that are not accepted by any religion. When the Arabs entered Egypt in 640 AD, Egyptians were happy to receive them and Islam never forced anyone to be Muslim.

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