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Coptic students resort to isolate themselves in “ghettos” in Egyptian universities to avoid the hostility of Muslim students in general and Islamists in particular. The other students refer to the Coptic places of meeting by Jewish names.
Politicians, thinkers, and human right activists have asserted that the long-awaited platform of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group is a huge jump backward in politics as it clearly rules women and Coptic citizens out of high leading positions.
Dr. Ikrām Lam‘ī, the author, thinks that Egyptian society has been severely hit by religious hypocrisy that takes forms of wearing distinguished religious signs for many purposes other than religion.
The article contains a number of Islamic thinkers’ and scholars’ opinions on the phenomenon of Islamophobia in the West.
At the Faculty of Agriculture at Cairo University, the girl students’ movement, belonging to the Islamic trend, organized the Miss Ḥijāb beauty contest in celebration of the end of the academic year.
A music video that features a love story between a Christian girl and a Muslim youth seems to have provoked the feelings of followers from both of the two religions.
The author Muḥammad ‘Abd al-Khāliq Musāhil discusses a recent study published by the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe [FIOE] about the religious freedom of Muslims in Europe.
The article presents an overview of a group calling themselves the Quranists. Dr. Jamāl al-Bannā highlights the group’s stances on certain issues, their history, and what sets them apart from other Muslims.
Thanā’ Rustum interviewed Fāḍil Sulaymān, director of the Jisūr [Bridges] Institute, on the mission of his institution as well as his efforts to reform the distorted image of Islam in the West in general and the U.S. in particular.
Sihām al-‘Aqqād writes about the symposium held by the Tagamuc Party entitled, ‘Freedom of Expression in Danger.’ Mah...


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