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A review of a book by Milad Hanna calling for a culture of mutual acceptance and the emphasis on national identity over a sectarian religious identity, as well as some background information on Dr Milad Hanna himself.
Fathi Al-Ibiari is one of the big names in the cultural arena whose creative talent became known to the public in the early 60s. His writings took several turns, but lately he has been leaning towards sufism with its sublime thought and pursuit of the absolute truth.
The only remedy is honest, responsible and indigenous dialogue.
The article describes the career of V. Windfuhr, correspondent of Der Spiegel in Egypt. He says Egypt is moving from a totalitarian regime to political pluralism.
The column of the prominent Wafd-member Zaklamah mentioned this time the great achievements in the early days of the Wafd party in the 1920s when Egyptians were united in their struggle against the British Occupation.
The strong do not remain silent, and the patriotic do not veil their witnesses and words of truth. In a time of crisis the talk about such types of people reveal like a precious metal. Father Matta Al-Meskin is one of them.
The Mufti says that the reason for Egypt’s defeat in the June 1967 war was due to its atheism and moving away from religion. However, the Mufti adds the victory of October 1973 was because of our strong faith and tight grasp on religion, which made God stand by Egypt’s side, and angels crossed the...
The author of the article organized a discussion about the significance of late president Gamal Abdel Nasser for Islam.
The author laments the style in which writers have been discussing the Muslim Christian issues.

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