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The review refers to the Egyptian media reports about repeated accidents of violence and sexual harassments. The main subject was launched on an Egyptian blog that reported a state of sexual “starvation” down town Cairo in the night of al-Fitr feast. The review discusses the question sex and...
Father Murqus ‘Āzīz Khalīl writes about the value of love and its absence in the present time.
The author discusses some moral values that became absent in Egyptian society.
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman presented this text at the recent roundtable discussions of the European Institute of the Mediterranean, which were held on “Journalism and freedom of expression in the Mediterranean; responsibilities and limits.”
The monk congratulates the sheikh in a letter to the editor with his sermon on TV which he sees as an example of religious tolerance. The fact that the monk felt that he had to write such a letter shows that not all preachers are like this sheikh.
The author discusses the failure of a group called Egyptians against Religious Discrimination, which advocates equality between Muslims and Christians in Egypt, due to the members’ inability to overcome their religious sentiments.
The author asserts that jokes about Muslim-Christian relations are spread by undercover institutions to kindle sectarian clashes.
A discussion of tolerance and the relationship between religion and politics in Egypt from the era of Muhammad Ali, through the Nasser and Sadat years and concluding with two choices for the future for Egypt.
The author discusses the spread of fanaticism and extremism, which shows itself in the bloody violence that has swept across several regions of the world. He cites an article by a former Israeli minister who has attacked extremist Jewish parties and rabbis for blessing attacks on civilians,...
Amin Makram Ebeid discusses the rule of Muhammad Ali, who prepared Egypt for a secular form of democracy, and his successors, and wonders whether the age of tolerance in Muslim-Christian relations ended with the failure of the liberal era.

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