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In this final installment of a three part series on the life of Nasr Hāmid Abū Zayd, Professor Stefan Wild of Bonn University paints a picture of the life and work of the late Egyptian scholar....  
In his weekly sermon, Pope Shenouda III said that smoking is prohibited in Christianity, stressed the importance of clergymen to take care of their parishes, and pointed out that a woman becomes part of her husband's family upon marriage thereby making marriage to his brother after the husband’s...
This article pertains to the status of Human Rights in Egypt, through the reporting of the US-based Human Rights Watch. A report from the HRW states that human rights in Egypt are deteriorating for a number of different groups throughout the country. Religious discrimination of Copts and Baha’is...
The authors report incidents between Muslims and Copts in both Lower and Upper Egypt.
The article deals with the character of Bishop Bīshūy, the second man in the Coptic Orthodox Church
The following lines present updates on the sectarian clashes that took place in an Egyptian village following a young woman’s escape with a Muslim young man.
The author argues that the government, certain Web sites, the Azhar, and the church are responsible for sectarian strife in Egypt.
Pope Shenouda refused to respond to Copts who gathered to vye for the reinstallation of a defrocked bishop.
Reports about religious tensions in Egypt sometimes hit the headlines abroad first. On November 26 Hulsman went with a German journalist to Ain Shams to investigate claims of violent demonstrations between Christian and Muslim youth, in this editorial he explains the causes behind the incident and...
In his monthly round-up of the Egyptian press this month, Robert al-Faris mentions that Watanī was the only paper to mention a two-month course that Tanta university is running in Coptic studies. He also lamented a comment made by Abu Treika, one of the country’s favorite football players, about...

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