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In this article which is a continuation of the interview reported in Al-Liwaa’ Al-Islami last week Milad Hanna argues that Egypt has a unique cultural identity which is the reason for the good relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt since the entry of Islam into Egypt.
... Love is the essence of life which attracts us to work, movement and exert effort. Love reconciles us to the hard way and encourages us in troubles. These are the principles of love in Christianity and Islam. I hope that the followers of both religions might pray in order to achieve this...
And we do not say "Try Again? Y/N" because we do no t want you to. We realize that you are going to try, however. Of course, we mean those who incited what happened in Al-Kosheh between Muslims and Copts, and turned it to a subject of statements which they fired simultaneously from different...
Extremist terrorists must realize that their road is blocked, and that the incidents at Al-Kosheh will not be repeated.
Robin Cook, the British Foreign Minister, has praised the friendship and tolerance between religions in Egypt. In a special statement to Rose El-Youssef, Cook said that he felt very comforted visiting the area of old Cairo, where mosques are so close to churches...
Yesterday, Dr. Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, the Sheikh Al-Azhar met with Mr. Robin Cook, the British foreign affairs minister. He confirmed that Islam stresses the fact that all people came from one father and mother. God created us in order to know and coexist with each other...
The recent events, which Al-Kosheh has witnessed, opened our eyes on very important facts. The citizens’ rights are not applied as they are stated in the Egyptian law. Extremism and raising guns in the faces of each other are important indications that the rights of the citizens are wasted.
In interviews from Cairo to the deep southern town of Kosheh, many Egyptians voiced mistrust and scorn for the other religion, while others said Egypt enjoyed religious harmony and that Kosheh was an isolated incident.
Catholic bishop Qolta reflects on the killings in al-Kosheh and blames the "triangle of poverty, ignorance and illness. It does not need to be attacked by hateful extremism, blind hatred and black revenge in order to shed more tears in these holy days in which we remember God a lot."
Rumor has it that Cairo graveyards have turned into a lair for the city’s most wanted criminals. The serenity and sanctity of these places are disturbed by various instances of kidnapped women taken there to be raped or killed.

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