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Youssef Sidhom considers the rumors about President Mubārak’s health, and questions why Egyptians were so ready to listen to and acknowledge them.
This article analyzes the use of religion to serve non-religious ends.
A 25-year-old Muslim man’s conversion to Christianity provokes heated debates and creates uproar in Christian and Muslim communities.
The following article presents a critique of media outlets and how they help to fuel the flames of sectarian sedition, spreading rumors before first validating their facts.
The article discusses of number of issues affecting the Coptic community in Egypt. It focuses on discrimination and divisive acts that lead to more splits within Egyptian society.
The author questions why the pope feels that educated Christians should not talk about church affairs unless they obtain his permission, and wonders whether they should all be servants to the church to ensure that they are qualified enough to talk to the media.
In an interview with al-Wafd, Usāmah Muṣṭafá Hasan Nasr, otherwise known as Abū ‘Umar al-Miṣrī, spoke about his alleged abduction by CIA agents from a Milan street to Egypt where he was imprisoned and interrogated.
An Israeli historian states in a book entitled, ’Bloody Passover’ that Jews murdered Christians during the Middle Ages so that their blood could be used to make unleavened bread for Passover.
Muhammad al-Bāz reports on Ronan Isaac’s article about the Prophet Muhammad and his wives.
Different Christian newspapers try to garner Coptic readers. Most of the papers are not of a good quality and most adopt exaggerated expressions to attract as many readers as possible.


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