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Hātim Kamāl al-Shāzlī said that his daughter Ranā, who has been missing for seventy days, ran off to Turkey with a young Christian from Beni Suef. Al-Shāzlī accused Coptic clergy of using Salafī Black Magic on his daughter, forcing her to convert from Islam to Christianity. Despite the findings of...
Al-Tahrīr summarises Coptic celebrations and prayers which took place on Palm Sunday in Cairo and across Egypt, highlighting specifically the fact that this Palm Sunday falls at a time during which Egyptian Christians have been undergoing a lot of difficulties, particularly during the recent period...
Banī Swayf security forces strengthen their presence in the city of al-Wāsṭā, south of Banī Swayf, in front of Coptic sites following the announcement of a march to be held after Friday prayer today (Apr. 26), using forty formations fearing the re-eruption of clashes seen in Khusūs. The march comes...
Drs. Hulsman’s report discusses the state of past and present relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt. The paper opens by giving information about Pope Shenouda III and the most important incidents that have taken place during his reign. The second half of the paper then looks at specific...
The author criticises the fatwa declaring Dr. Hassan Hanafy to be an apostate and explains how Dr. Hanafy’s work was taken out of context, and twisted to imply that he opposed Islam.
While the wave of anti-Islam keeps rising in the West and some associate Islam with terrorism, Karen Armstrong, a British writer who specialized in comparative theology, defends the Muslim faith. She is highly critical of Tony Blair’s decision to support the U.S. war on Iraq.
A dispute in Alexandria between the church and the Wasat municipality over a tax bill dating from 1986 until 1996 has resulted in the Pope suing the governor of Alexandria.
[Report presented to the New York Council of Churches] The history of seven girls mentioned in the advertisement is described. That description is followed by listing the reasons for conversion and recommendations for human rights workers, the church and the government. The text is open for...
An interview with Kees Hulsman.
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