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Dr. Hassan Nāfe`, professor of political science at Cairo University, said that the main objective of Saudi King Salman's visit to Egypt was the reconciliation of Al-Sisi with the Muslim Brotherhood to form a strong Sunni front to counter Iran's Shia influence in the region, according to Nāfe`.
The news of the Pope's visit to the Saudi Monarch raised a debate among Copts; some criticized that the Monarch did not come to the Papal headquarters, just like he did with his visit to al-Azhar, some others saw that the meeting in general has promoted the national role of the Church. Some...
Although the first Coptic church built on the land of one of the Gulf states is over 80 years old, the construction of churches in the gulf and the service of the Christian clergy there is a dilemma that requires continuous understanding.
“The Two Islands, Tīrān And Sanafir Are Egyptian Sovereignty. The People Need An Alternative System Of Government”
An Egypt-led resolution on “the effects of terrorism on the enjoyment of human rights”, adopted by vote at the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) on 24 March.
The Euro-Arab Dialogue Conference, which lasted three days under the theme "Active Citizenship and its role in bringing about change within societies", will end on Saturday in the island of Crete, which saw the participation of a number of Arab and European institutions interested in dialogue,...
“We protest for our territories, and we have nothing to do with Mursi.” It was with these words that Sherīf al-Rūbī, member of April 6Movement Democratic Front, responded when asked on the movement's stance towards the Muslim Brotherhood participation in he upcoming demonstration, scheduled for...
Take care of a new sedition that is between the Egyptian and Saudi peoples because of the two islands issue, Tirān and Sanāfīr, it is true that the limits of the sedition and its manifestation is found till now in the frame of the social media internet sites and some TV shows, but the invitation to...
The Religious Institution in Egypt lives in a state of pandering to the end of the order of the fatwa, in light of the boldness of those who are unqualified and adhering to extremist currents of Islam. It seems that the situation in Egypt is common in the Islamic world, but to varying degrees. The...
Media presenter and physician, Khāled Muntasser, said that religious institutions, in particular the Al-Azhar institution, have not interacted with innovative thinking and reformed religious discourse, both required to combat radicalization and fanaticism.

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