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The author defends the importance of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt since its establishment in 1928, asserting it could play a major role in the Egyptian political scene.
A famous scriptwriter criticizes Islamic fanaticism and “repentant actresses” resuming their artistic careers.
An interview with Mustafa al- Zayyāt, member of al-Jam‘āt al- Islāmīya and the main attorney defending those accused of Islamic fundamentalism, concerning Ayman al-Zawāhirī whom he knew very well from the days they spent together in al-Qal‘a Prison.
Hānī Labīb criticizes Dr. Muhammad ‘Imāra’s recent statement on the reasons behind sectarian sedition in Egypt. According to Labīb, Dr. ‘Imāra blamed Pope Shenouda III for the tension between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.
‘Abd al- Rahīm ‘Alī traces the history of the emergency law in Egypt. He also examines the terrorist attacks that rocked Egypt from 1981 through 1990, arguing that the emergency law failed to defeat terrorism.
The state and overseas Copts should work together to enhance the situation of Copts and to solve their problems.
The author continues to comment on how applying Western secularism and modernism could be harmful to Islam, as it has corrupted Christian religion and ethics in Europe. He makes it clear that those who support Western modernism are not entitled to dictate the Islamic nation a new religion discourse...
The era of President Husnī Mubārak has witnessed some kind of balanced relations in a way that was not available in the previous one.
Interview about the achievements of H.H. Pope Shenouda, the first Coptic Orthodox reform Patriarch, changes during his reign and perspective on the future.
The author argues that Copts’ blood and honor are targeted by the state, as represented by the security authorities and extremists.

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