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The author shows three conversations he had during his short visit to Egypt, by which he believes that there is a hope for better future for Egyptians.
Nādir Shukrī of Waṭanī reports on the sectarian incidents that took place in the city of Isnā, in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Qena. He examines the damages as well as the Copts’ insistence to be compensated before ratifying the reconciliation with Muslims.
The author tackles the reasons for the current sectarian anger in Egyptian society, calling for the punishment of those who incite violent religious incidents.
Kees Hulsman and Sawsan Gabra discuss the “Christian cause” in Egypt, and the damage that it is faced with as a resulted of reporting distorted facts.
The author, Hanān Fahmī, reviews Khayrī Shalabī’s novel ‘Quddās al-Shaykh Radwān’ [Mass of Shaykh Radwān] that tackles Muslim-Christian relations in a village in Egypt.
The author, Maj. Gen. Hilmī Muhammad Yūsuf, provides some notes on four different axes that contribute to the sectarian atmosphere in Egypt.
Hanī Labīb says that despite freedom of faith being one of basis of citizenship, conversion from one religion to another is considered to be a reason for sectarian tensions. He supports a call for establishing a program for preparing converts to fully accept their new faith.
Clergymen and governors of the different Egyptian governorates discuss inter-religious cordial relations.
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman comments on three interesting articles in this edition of AWR by Hānī Labīb about Muslim-Christian relations and points to two interviews with Pope Shenouda in this issue that again raise the question of who will succeed the current patriarch.
Drs. Hulsman’s report discusses the state of past and present relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt. The paper opens by giving information about Pope Shenouda III and the most important incidents that have taken place during his reign. The second half of the paper then looks at specific...


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