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The planned screening of The Da Vinci Code in Egypt has been met with strong opposition from church leaders. Arguing that “forbidden fruit is sweet,” Hānī Labīb believes that the ban on the movie will encourage more people to see the movie.
“Madina ala Al-Gabal…ala Al-Deen wa Al-Seyasa fi Amrica” [A City on a Mountain… About Religion and Politics in America] by Tareq Mitri is a book that talks about American fundamentalism in religion, its origins, its violent characteristics, its environments and the possibility of future progress.
Prof. Dr. Tareq Mitri, Coordinator Interreligious Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches and member of the Board of Advisors of the RNSAW, calls for caution against political misuse of a theological discussion.
Al-Usbua of November 5 claimed Dr. Tareq Mitri and father Khalid Akasheh rejected describing Islam as a heavenly religion in the final session of a Muslim-Christian conference. Dr. Mitri wrote the RNSAW and denied he said this. Dr. Muhammad Selim Al-Awa supports Dr. Mitri and praises him for his...
Two new members have joined the Advisory Board of the RNSAW. They are Dr. Tareq Mitri, the Program Executive for Christian-Muslim Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland, and Dr. Arne H. Fjeldstad, a Norwegian scholar with a Ph.D. in Internet Communications.
Michael Meunier, president of US Copts Association, was upset about the statements Al-Ahram, January 31, attributed to bishop Yo’annis, secretary of H.H. Pope Shenouda, in which he supposedly criticized the World Council of Churches which was seen as a response to a statement of the World Council...
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