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Hānī Labīb, the author, expresses dissatisfaction with the attitude of Muslim scholars who oppose the project of an Egyptian movie on Jesus Christ.
Some intellectuals have rejected the idea of a film about the life of Christ which they consider an insult to a holy figure.
The author expresses his rejection of Christian and Muslim institutions’ involvement in judging works of art, arguing that banning artistic works should not be allowed.
The Egyptian film ‘Wija’ has produced controversy between artists and Muslim scholars over the definition of creativity.
‘Abd al-Jawwād Abu Kabb has finished a scenario of a comic political film about the parliamentary performance of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Father Shenouda Marqus rejects the Danish cartoons and expresses his understanding for the angry feelings of Muslims, but at the same time wonders why Muslims in Egypt do not show the same level of sanctity towards Christianity, which he feels is being humiliated everyday in Egypt.
The article is an interview with the Mufti of Egypt, Dr. Ali Gom´aa. He expresses his anger with the Egyptian press, believing that some publications deliberately exploit religion to arrive at certain aims. He adds that he has been exposed to unjust campaigns waged against him by certain...
Conflicts over Mill Gibson´s film “Passions” are still going on. The film is accused of promoting anti-Semitism, as it points out the role Jews played in killing Jesus Christ.
Islamic researcher and Azhar scholar Muhammad Abdel- Monem Radwan argues that there is nothing wrong about portraying the characters of the companions and the wives of the Prophet on screen. Muslims believe this is not allowed.
The writer starts his article by giving the definition of the word “enlightenment.” After this he clarifies the role played by the Tanwir channel.


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