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Christians get acquainted with the principles of Islam through drama. So there is no problem if Muslims get acquainted with the principles of Christianity through Christian drama. However, many of the Christian films produced so far have been shown only in the framework of the church.
Television programs have a great effect on public opinion and often become topics of discussion. The author comments on Coptic television characters to date. He hopes for more and better Coptic roles in the future and for a special program each day for Copts. With an RNSAW comment.
The problems of Copts in Egypt are not as simple as the exchanged kisses between Pope Shenouda and the Sheikh of the Azhar. They are also not as complicated as the claims saying that Coptic girls are raped and Coptic young men are forced to convert to Islam. The problems of Copts in Egypt need non-...
Egyptian actor, ‘Umar al-Sharīf has received a death threat on a website linked to al-Qā‘ida, The Guardian reported yesterday.
Ramadan—the holy Muslim month of fasting—is back. Unfailingly, every Ramadan for the past few years my phone has rung to carry the protest of some Copt against one or other of these dramas, which he or she maintains makes an overt or covert insult directed at Copts, Christians, or Christianity.
An interview with Mel Gibson on his film “The Passion of the Christ”.
Bishop Musa, the bishop of youth, confirmed that there is no space in Christianity to bestow innocence upon the Jews. The Jews confessed to the killing of Christ when they said “May his blood be on us, and on our children” in the Bible. [“And All the people answered, “May his blood be on us, and...
The Jewish complaints about the film “The Passion of Christ” have changed the dispute from a historical dispute to a political dispute. No doubt the film will increase the feelings of racism against the Jews, like the leaders of the Jewish American organizations said, especially since it coincides...
The Azhar issued a fatwa via the Islamic Research Institute rendering haram touching the sanctity of prophets on the TV screen or cinema or even in caricature drawings. Dr. Abdel Sabour Shahin, a Muslim scholar, said that the part of “The Passion of the Christ,” where the Jews tried kill Christ is...
As soon as “The Passions of the Christ” was released in the U.S., the Israeli Knesset called for banning the film from being shown in Israel.

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