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The author wonders who killed the murshid and founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Imām Hasan al-Bannā, the man whose ideas and organization still affect politics in Egypt.
The author says that an 80-year-old version of the Bible written in colloquial Egyptian Arabic dialect has been found.
The state has recently endeavored to ease tensions and restrictions through regulating the construction of Muslim and Christian houses of worship, and authorizing the governors to issue decisions pertaining to the reconstruction and restoration works of churches.
The author argues that religion can never be completely absent from life for man can never be divided into two material and moral beings or religious and secularist entities.
The author discusses the historical debates on the proportional representation of Copts and states that the idea was originally refused because Muslims and Copts felt that it was in Egypt’s best interests to put national identity above religious identity.
Dr. Rifa’at Al-Said’s recent yet-another-controversial book “Hassan Al-Banna, the armed sheikh” is focusing on the moment when the da’wa [Call to Islam] via wisdom and affability turns into armed violence. This sums up the idea of the book considering many people’s defense of Hassan Al-Banna, on...
In a muffled battle, some books with various names are introduced as new gospels. Other books are released soon after to refute the authenticity of these gospels. The latest of these books carries the name “The Didache Gospel." The author of the book about this gospel, Dr. Ahmed Hegazi Al-Saqa,...
The late William Soliman Qilada played a role in his generation of the 1940s and the 1950s. His achievements include a historiography for the State Council and important studies on the history of civil law in Egypt. He also wrote about the Egyptian experience of national unity in “Muslims and...
Hassan Al-Banna carefully examined the political situation in Egypt during the 1930s and then decided to establish a strong relationship with Ali Maher [former Egyptian Prime Minister], who was known for his hostility towards the Wafd, contempt of opposition parties and loyalty to the palace. Al-...

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