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In Qur’ān interview with al-Wafd, Muslim dā‘īyah Dr. Yūsuf al- Qaradāwī speaks out on the deteriorating situation in the Arab world and the role of the Palestinian and Lebanese resistance in confronting what he describes as "Israeli aggression."
The author reports the reaction of Muslim scholars on the fatwás issued by some shaykhs which denounce support for the Hizb Allāh because they are Shī‘ah.
The authors criticize the silence of key religious institutions in Egypt over recent events in Lebanon.
This press review summarizes responses from a wide variety of persons, including Coptic leaders, clergy, and congregants to the controversial Max Michel, also known as Archbishop Maximus I.
In this article the author reviews the book, ‘Monks Garden for the Popes of the Coptic Church,’ and its effect on monastic life.
The author warns of a conspiracy by Hamās, through the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood, to make Jordan a substitute country for the Palestinians by turning the Hashemite kingdom into an Islamic country to liberate the Palestinian lands.
The author reviews the opinion of an Evangelical figure, Rev. Nasr Allāh Zakarīyā, on allegations propagated through a book by Christian-Zionists discussing claims that the Messiah is going to be a politician and from the military.
The author suggests that the Palestinians and Israelis’ refusal to see the other side of the story will deny them any chance for reconciliation and peace.
Fādī Habashī interviews Bishop Mousā, the bishop of youth, and discusses with him the current problems Copts are facing.
Ibrāhīm Qa‘oud argues that the Nazi Holocaust is just an illusion or propaganda to cover up the real Holocaust committed against Palestinians in the occupied territories.
The article deals with the American International Republican Institute (IRI)’s interference in Egyptian politics by urging political parties to shift their attention from the Iraqi and Palestinian fronts to the internal front and the problems facing the country.
‘Abd al- Rahīm ‘Alī traces the history of the emergency law in Egypt. He also examines the terrorist attacks that rocked Egypt from 1981 through 1990, arguing that the emergency law failed to defeat terrorism.
The author wonders whether Egyptians are experiencing a stage of creative chaos, coinciding with the visit of US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Cairo last year. She wonders whether the people nurturing this chaos realize that the price of this chaos would be paid by everyone.
The article summarizes the opinions of a number of experts concerning the way of fighting extremism and other destructive thoughts in society.
The author emphasizes that Egypt is witnessing a wave of terrorism, listing a number of fields, where the state could make efforts to deal with this serious problem.
Pope Shenouda has forbidden Orthodox Copts from traveling to Jerusalem, stressing that those who violate the provisions of the Coptic Church will be severely punished.
The author defines the term Christian Zionism through reviewing the history of the United States since it’s establishment.
The paper examines the history of Christian Zionism, an active movement that strenuously supports Israel, and which is particularly strong in the U.S.
Usāma al-Ghazoulī writes about the press conference held by the former prime minister of The Netherlands, Prof. Andreas Van Agt, during his short visit to Egypt.
The author reviews a visit paid by former Dutch Prime Minister Professor Andreas Van Agt to Egypt to launch the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU), his lecture and his meetings with Egyptian officials, religious leaders and intellectuals.


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