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The question that Copts are asking now is whether the meeting of Pope John Paul II with Pope Shenouda will end or at least quicken the ending of the conflict between the Orthodox and the Catholic Churches. The disagreement goes back to more than 1500 years ago. It centers on a main issue, which is...
An interview with Ibrahim Shukry, the 83 year old head of the Islamist Labor Party on al-Koshh and the place of Coptic Christians in Egypt.
A new article about the Koshh issue. The article places the Koshh incident in the context of discrimination or even persecution of Christians in Egypt and quotes for this Hafez Abu Seada, the secretary-general of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights.
The unemployment rate and free time of women forced them to marry extremists and to perform an important, vital and tangible role to promote extremism. Extremist women live isolated from society and have created a system of solidarity among themselves. Extremist women have children and feed them...
After moving against Egypt’s offshore press in 1998 by making them go through the prime minister’s office for approval, the government has turned its attention to the local press and is reminding them who’s boss by demanding payment of massive back taxes.
The article focuses on the importance of projecting Islam in a proper manner. It is essential for the Islamic institutions to double their efforts for refuting the false allegations about Islam. The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Call and Guidance is planning to dispatch Islamic...
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday expressed his deep belief in the freedom of expression but urged journalists to be objective and responsible in their coverage of events and avoid exploiting their freedom in any way that might harm Jordan’s interests.
A dialogue between Dr. Maurice Asad, who has known Dr. William Sulaymān Qilāda for probably more then 50 years, and Drs. Kees Hulsman, who also knew Dr. Qilāda personally.
This article on national unity was printed before under the title "They are not Egyptians!" (Summary) in Al-Wafd, July 1, 1999, by Dr. Saad Al-Fishawi, see RNSAW’s week 27.
[The text was placed a second time, with some changes, on June 30, 1999] Ten girls are mentioned by name. The advertisement claimed that they, along hundreds of others, were kidnapped, sexually violated and forced to convert to Islam.


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