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Isrā’īl Min Ayn wa ilá Ayn?’ [Israel, from where and whither?] is a book written by Muhammad Burhām al-Mashā‘ilī. The 15-chapter book provides information about the history of Jews and Israel and asserts the Arab identity of Palestine.
Husayn Sirāj reviews a book authored by Sulaymān al-Hakīm about Jews who proved to be true Egyptians. The book, which is entitled ’Yahūd…wa-Lākin Misryūn’ [Jews but Egyptians], focuses on the lives of Jewish Egyptian artists and their political and national stances.
The Egyptian government refuses to implement the Administrative Court’s decision which cancelled the annual Jewish celebration at the tomb of Rabbi Abū Ḥassīrah without giving any reasons.
The author, Husayn al-Qabbānī, reports on a protest organized before the Jewish Abū Hasīrah Shrine in the village of Damītūh, in the Egyptian Delta, where protesters condemned the Jewish celebration honoring Rabbi Abū Hasīrah as well as the news about the government’s pressure on farmers to sell...
Nabīl Zakī refutes the claims that Israel is a democratic and civilized state that accepts religious diversities, listing statements by Jewish rabbis as well as stances of Israeli movements that reject the existence of non-Jewish in Israel, which might nip any attempts of peace in the buds.
Nabīl Zakī, the author, says that the U.S. as well as Israel have been exploiting religion in serving their colonial policies in Palestine.
The article reports on a report published by the U.S.-based America in Arabic news agency about a U.S.-Jewish delegation meeting with the minister of culture to discuss the establishment of a Jewish museum in Cairo to narrate the history of Jews in Egypt.
An extremist trend which calls for the alliance between Christianity and Judaism has gained tremendous influence in the United States.
In his expected visit to Ethiopia, Pope Shenouda will not discuss the case of al-Sulṭān Monastery, as some of the Coptic Orthodox clergymen asserted. The pope’s expected visit is a step to bridge the gap and re-establish the friendly relations between the two churches.
Dr. Wasīm al-Sīsī believes that Egyptians are more likely to be the chosen people of God than Jews as they have the long-standing civilization, sciences, and ethics that Jews lack. He also believes that Jews have stolen the heroic stories of the Pharaonic kings and wrongfully recorded them in their...


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