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The three authors criticize reporting in the Layman, an American Presbyterian publication, claiming Christians in Egypt are persecuted. They believe the author of this article was ill-informed and provided readers with wrong information. The Layman got the opportunity to respond to their criticism...
Different reports on whether or not Christians in Islamic countries are persecuted: 30.1 Hermann Schalück OFM Persecuted Christians? Introduction 30.2 Johannes Müller SJ Religious Freedom - Aspirations and Reality Reflections on the Complex Relationship between Christians and Muslims 30.3 Theodor...
Summary of the Ph.D. thesis of Revd. Dr. Wolfram Reiss about the Sunday School movement in the Coptic Orthodox Church with a focus on the role of Pope Shenouda III and Father Matta el-Meskeen and the place of the church in a Muslim society. Reiss´ study provides an excellent insight into the...
The presence of Christian communities in the midst of Islamic society proves that the oppression that Christians faced from era to era at the hands of extremists and bigots was the outcome of local conditions more so than being a consequence of extremist principles [of Islam] or intolerance…”
By assuming a civil, political role, the [Coptic] Orthodox Church deviated from its religious mission to adopt the sectarian isolationist ideology of the Umma al-Qibtīya “Coptic Nation Group” to become a “draft state”[in other words ‘Imāra is accusing the church of being separatist], following...
American laws have been issued to protect the Copts, “the happiest minority in the world” – as put by Shaykh Muhammad al-Ghazālī.
The Egyptian Center for Human Rights asked the legislative institutions to specify a certain number of seats in Parliament for women. At the same time, the Center called all political parties and all NGOs to activate women’s political participation.
The introduction of the Coptic researcher Hani Labib’s "Religious protection crisis.. Religion and the state in Egypt" is written by Prof. Mohammed Selim Al-Awa, an Islamic thinker. Labib believes that the most dangerous tool of globalization is religion. Religion is the most explosive and...

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