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Yesterday, Egyptian PM Muṣṭafā Madbūlī began his visit to Beirut, where he will head the Egyptian delegation to the 9th session of the Egyptian-Lebanese Higher Committee.The delegation includes the Minister of Electricity and Energy, the Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, the...
In his novel ‘Al-Safīnah al-Ḥamrāʾ, min Bayrūt ilā al-Bahāʾiyīn’ (The Red Ship: From Beirut To The Baha'is’, the Egyptian novelist, Samīr Zakī, deals with a sensitive and thorny theme in some countries in the Arab region, namely, the Baha'i faith. 
Father Ghābryāl Hāshim, Director of the Department of Theological Affairs and Ecumenical Relations of the Middle East Council of Churches, said that Muslims and Christians have been living together in the Middle East for more than 15 centuries. He explained that this shared experience has unique...
Dr. Mīnā Badī‘ ‘Abd al-Malik reviews the life and contributions of the late Dominican Father George Qanawātī.
The Beirut Arab University launched the Second Egyptian-Lebanese Cultural Forum entitled "Culture in the Arab World from Disintegration to Reconstruction" in cooperation with al-Ahrām Foundation and the Egyptian Lebanese Businessmen Friendship Association. The three-day forum launched last...
The Middle East Council Of Churches (MECC) And The Egyptian Council Of Churches (ECC) Organize Vespers In Support Of Unity The Middle East Council of Churches -MECC- is a religious authority that includes the four Christian denominations in the Middle East: the Coptic and Eastern Orthodox, the...
The U.S. President Donald Trump has officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on December 7, 2017, and announced the plan to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Mār Bishāra Butrus al-Rā’ī inaugurated the Islamic-Christian Dialogue Conference at the Notre Dame University–Louaize in Lebanon. The conference was attended by Lebanese leaders, representatives of the Grand Imam of al-Azhar, and Christian and Muslim religious leaders...
In the opening session of a two-day Christian-Islamic conference organized by Notre Dame University–Louaize in Lebanon, al-Azhar’s Deputy Dr. ‘Abbās Shūmān reviewed the historical relationship between Islam and Christianity.
Over six days, the world followed the news of the Egyptian-Israeli war through newspapers and radio stations; reflecting differently and according to media outlets selected to get information, the public opinion in the West was very much affected by a press that was not in consensus on this war, as...

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