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The author comments on the recent events involving Faysal Islamic Bank.
There is no median between a religious state and a civil state. Many observers consider the proposed constitutional amendments to be encouraging political Islamic groups. While Muslim groups deny any contradiction between article two of the Egyptian Constitution and the principles of citizenship,...
Muhammad Tuhāmī stresses the necessity of separating religion and politics.
Ihāb ‘Abd al-Ḥamīd discusses the fact that both Christians and women are not well represented in Egyptian parliaments.
Usāmah Salāmah comments on the letters of Father Marqus and Munīr Bishāy about Father Marqus’ last interview with al- Miṣrī al-Yawm.
The article presents a dialogue with the famous Egyptian geologist, Dr. Rushdī Sa‘īd, in which he talks about Copts and citizenship.
As President Mubārak called for the Constitutional amendments, leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood group attacked them as they mainly aim at preventing political Islamic groups come to power. On the other hand, the media have praised the amendments, showing the dangers of the Brotherhood to both...
al-Wafd interviews Sāmiḥ Makram ‘Ubayd about the banking system in Egypt and why Islamic banks hinder non-Muslims from dealing with them, which is considered a violation of the constitution.
A delegation comprised of 13 bishops and priests who represent all Christian denominations in Britain, as well as some Christian laymen, will pay a 10 day visit to Cairo to study the history of the Coptic Church, as well as visit monasteries and some Pharaonic monuments.
Majdī Khalīl categorizes the Coptic issues handled by the Egyptian press and media and into eight categories, and evaluates this handling.


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