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The Islamic Researches Institute in the Azhar refused to circulate a book written in English titled "Only and True God" by Rodney Stark. The book accuses Muslims and Christians of being idolaters.
The outlines of the hostile image of Islam in Western culture, which has prevailed following the events of September 11, have three overlapping theoretical approaches. The first approach is about the relationship between Islam on one hand and Christian and Jewish holy books on the other hand. The...
The article gives different views on Sheikh Amr Khaled and his way of preaching. It also shows the criticism leveled at Christian journalist Mofied Fawzy because of his comments on Khaled and the issue of the veil, and how Fawzy responds to this criticism.
The truth of the ?Protocols of the Elders of Zion? and the character of Hafez Naguib are still the focus of most of the articles commenting on ?Knight without a horse.? Rose El-Youssef reports that the series is against killing Israeli civilians and militants and considers resistance as terrorism.
Al-Ahali, Rose al-Youssef and October magazine approached four Christian scholars and clergymen and asked them to explain when, where and why Zionism penetrated Christianity and how Christianity can face Zionist Christianity.
The author calls on Arabs, whether Christians or Muslims, to work to solve the problem of Jerusalem through means of peaceful co-existence with Jews and constructive political and economical relations with Israel. He strongly rejects the policy of boycotting which clears the path for Israel to...
The article discusses the historical development of the Jewish presence in Palestine.
The issue of celebrating the mulid of Abū Hasera aroused the anger of the inhabitants of Demtawa, where his tomb is located. There are many conflicting stories about the reality of his character. Some stories say that he was one of the prophets that were sent to the Israelites in Egypt and...
The author discusses his own opinions regarding ‘inter-religious dialogue,’ and how the ways in which individual religion view themselves will hinder this dialogue.
Husayn Ahmad Amīn argues for religious data to be omitted from the Egyptian ID card.


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