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Hostilities towards Turkey emerged as Armenians remember the anniversary of the Ottoman Empire massacre.
This article deals with the issue of the portrayal of the Prophet in satirical form, and Muslim reactions in the Netherlands.  
Today, many Copts are complaining about the hate messages delivered in the sermons of imāms. Such messages label Copts as pagans and encourage Muslims to correct such “sin”; additionally, Copts have been wrongfully accused of questionable allegations. These charges and solicitations have led to...
This article deals with a number of different ways in which the Muslim-Christian relationship is thought of and portrayed in Egypt, as well as the influence of expatriate Copts. The article begins with describing how some prominent Muslims believe that it is Copts outside of Egypt who mostly incite...
Marina Ihab reviews Watani International colleague Nadir Shukry’s book about reconciliation sessions. In his book, Shukry documents 19 sectarian cases which have undergone traditional reconciliation sessions that resulted in the culprits being freed while the victims never receive justice.
On Tuesday October 27 clashes took place between Muslims and Christians in the village of Nazlet al-Badraman in Minya. The dispute erupted while construction work was being carried out on the church in the village. Two people were injured and13 Muslim men were detained following the incident but...
Sectarian violence kills 192 people in Nigeria.
Le Monde reports on the French government expelling a radical Islamist cleric for sermons which they deemed to be inciting violence. The preacher will now return to his native Egypt, although no information is given as to what will happen to him there.  
Ayman Labīb, in a paper entitled “Faith Based Conflict Resolution for the Muslim – Christian Conflict in Egypt” explores how faith can be used in the peace building process. While some advocate that civil society in Egypt and interreligious relations would do well to minimize religious focus due to...
Watani International comments on its most recent book, ’ Sadat in the memory of Copts: Days of pain and triumph.’ The book was written by Robeir al-Faris. The book is divided into eight chapters and looks at the development of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as well as the Nāsir years before...

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