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Nearly one month after the incidents in Najc Hammādī, and with the trial of the three suspects approaching, CIDT’s Molinengo Vivien delves into the meanings and mechanisms of the process of reconciliation, emphasizing the need of punishment in achieving reconciliation between Christians and Muslims...
Cornelius Hulsman is quoted in this report for Dutch daily Reformatorisch Dagblad, arguing that the Christmas Eve attacks in Naga Hammadi are a sign of governmental weakness, suggesting that the security services could have been more prepared for such an incident.
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...
The recent attack on Christian worshippers exiting Coptic Christmas Eve mass in Nag Hamadi, January 6, 2010, has focused Egyptian attention on Muslim-Christian violence which has also been witn
This article sheds light on Niqādah monasteries, whose plants, inanimate objects like icons, dust or water are sacred and can heal various ailments.
The article highlights a strange change in the attitudes of the Coptic activist Hālah Hilmī Butrus, known as Hālah al-Misrī, in dealing with the Coptic file.
A reconciliation session is expected to be held between a Muslim family and two Coptic ones involved in revenge incidents. The reconciliation session is expected to be held when Bishop Bimen of Qūs returns from a trip abroad.
The authors report the situation of facing the swine flu in Egypt during ‘Umrah and traditional mawlids.


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