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Drs. Cornelis Hulsman discusses the recent controversy stirred up by Dutch MP Geert Wilders’ film ’Fitna.’ He points to a number of articles in this issue that directly respond to the film, stressing the need for dialogue rather than an abuse of freedom of expression in building bridges between the...
The article discussions the furor that was caused by a document that allegedly showed how the U.S. was funneling aid into Christian organizations, and how the reporting on the issue help to stir up a media tempest.
Nabīl Najīb Salāmah reviews press coverage of issues such as religious conversion and Muslim-Christian relations, accusing what he calls independent ‘tabloids’ of misusing the scope of freedom of press granted to them.
The article considers the problem that recently erupted in Marina regarding a plot of land that was allegedly granted to the church. The author presents an overview of the documentation in question.
Counselor Najīb Jabrā’īl accused the police of complicity in the detention of Engy’s father and relatives and of refraining from arresting the girl’s abductor while police chief investigation said that Engy’s father did not file a communiqué on the girl’s disappearance.
The article considers to what extent political Islam movements have influenced religious intolerance.
Muḥammad Ḥijāzī’s conversion has sparked protests in both religious and social milieus; the issue has also affected the political situation. In a display of compassion for Ḥijāzī, a demonstration was held in Italy that called for greater respect of religious freedom in Egypt.
The case of a Coptic young woman, āmāl Zakī Nasīm, is still open to all possibilities. Ten days after āmāl’s mysterious absence, security forces seem to be failing to obtain any clue about her place or state. The Egyptian press continues to report on the developments in the case.
Mr. Feije Duim of the Dutch organization Kerkinactie visits AWR. Continuing heated discussions on conversions in Egyptian media. AḤmad al-Si‘dāwī describes the recent phenomenon of Coptic demonstrations.
This article analyzes the use of religion to serve non-religious ends.

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