Displaying 1 - 13 of 13.
Background: Cornelis Hulsman was invited by Rev. Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo of the Barnabas Fund in the UK to attend a Christian conference in Cyprus that dealt with the position of Christians in various predominantly Muslim countries. He interviewed numerous of Christians at this conference. The four...
Further titles:- Who said that freedom of thought is more holy than the sacred symbols.- Do you think that the president of America could tell Larry King that he was married to a Muslim Shiaa woman.- To measure the greatness of a civilization is not only by knowing how sublime it can be, but...
When first published, the “DaVinci Code” was banned from many Arab nations, including Egypt and Lebanon. The film version is now also being banned in many nations, but it will play in Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and the UAE. There is a fear, however, that the censoring of the film may serve to increase...
Some Christian satellite channels present many social and religious programs, amongst them the Lebanese channel “Nour” that sometimes hosts discussions with Muslim scholars. Yet other controversial channels, such as “al-Hay āa” (al-Hay āt) promote religious fanaticism, especially the T.V. program “...
The author comments on a few websites that he believes raise inappropriate questions about the religious situation in Egypt.
There is more than one channel that broadcasts Christian material, and there is nothing wrong with that as long as these channels adhere to polite means of expression and words and stay away from inciting or insulting followers of other religions or different cultures. One of the principles of Sat-...
Last week, the TV channel Sat 7, a Christian missionary satellite channel, received tens of angry messages from Muslim viewers concerning the missionary channel’s program, “Questions in Faith,” that is directed at Muslims. The program discusses sensitive issues in Islamic fiqh [jurisprudence]...
Sat-7, a satellite channel targeting Christian viewers made a clarification saying that it does not air the program “Questions in Faith,” which outlines the difference in faith between Christianity and Islam. The program is actually aired on Hayat TV. The following day Pope Shenouda appeared on...
A source working with al-Hayat-TV in Egypt informed us that al-Hayat does not receive hate-mail despite sarcastic or offensive remarks about Islam in the program "Questions in Faith." The story of the unburned Bible in the SAT-7 studio has been popping up every now and then but has all appearance...
Hulsman asked three Evangelical pastors in Egypt to comment on the two Rose el-Yousef articles. These pastors are certainly not happy with the publications in Rose el-Yousef. Their criticism, however, focuses on the tensions between churches in Egypt and para-Christian organizations, the...
The RNSAW gave a summary of both Rose el-Yousef articles in RNSAW, week 28, edition July 9-15, 1999. Since several readers asked for the full text that text is given in this issue together with comments from Evangelical Egyptian church leaders. Wa’el Lotfi writes about the opposition of Egypt’s...
Mohamed Abdel-Mone’m sees the raising issue of Coptic persecution as part of a larger international conspiracy against the Middle East.
Pope Shenouda refuses to let the church cooperate in the broadcast of the Cypriot Christian satellite channel Sat 7 that is suspected to be Zionist.
Subscribe to