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Minister Zaqzūq has called on Muslims to visit the al-Aqsá mosque while for the first time ever an Israeli musician has performed in Cairo. Both events have raised fears about the normalization of relations with Israel.
The internationally acclaimed conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim gave his first performance in Egypt at the Cairo Opera House on April 16. His visit has received mixed reviews from Egyptians.
The Grand Imām of the Azhar Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī is still facing a barrage of criticism because of his greeting the Israeli president in a conference on interreligious dialogue. Many people are calling for his resignation because this action means that he is no longer a representative of Muslims...
Great uproar was created following the publication and circulation of a photo of the Grand Imām of the Azhar Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī shaking hands with Shimon Peres in the Conference for inter religious dialogue that was held at the UN in New York.
This article comments on the incident of the Grand Imām Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī, shaykh of the Azhar, shaking hands with the Israeli President Shimon Peres during the Dialogue Conference held in New York.
Al-Dustūr reports what Islamic preachers have said during the Friday sermons all over Egypt.
Secretary General of the Middle East Council of Churches, Girgis Ibrāhīm Sālih, stressed the need to recall the sixtieth anniversary of the plight of the Palestinian people and seek to return these usurped people to their home at the meeting of the Department of Service to Palestinian Refugees.
Fahmī Huwaydī writes about two fabricated stories about Hamās that were published in Egyptian newspapers as part of a plan aims to incite people against the resistance.
Claire Naṣīf comments on a fatwā delivered by a Palestinian shaykh affiliated to the Hamās faction in which he called for his countrymen to kill Egyptian boarders troops when they overthrow Egypt’s boarders at Gaza.
In a meeting held by the Lions Clubs International in Egypt, Pope Shenouda adopted a softer stance toward Copts who travel to Jerusalem for personal interests.

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