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The author pays his respects to the passing of Fayek Matta Ishak, and highlights Ishak’s contributions to Coptic scholarly works, as well as his contributions to furthering the understanding of Coptic beliefs and traditions.
The article talks about a member of al-Qa‘īdah who spies for European intelligence. This double agent gives a detailed picture and secret information about what happens inside the al-Qa‘īdah camps, as well as information on Ūsāmah Bin Lādin and his men.
New designs of Islamic identity in the western world.
Drs. Hulsman provides a detailed description of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt, and a history of Coptic problems, stemming from their own actions and outside influences.
Dr. Amīn Makram ‘Ubayd introduces himself to readers of AWR, wanting to dedicate his efforts “towards a mission of progress energized by a will to see obscurantism defeated, fanaticism vanquished and poverty conquered.” “Writing,” Dr. ‘Ubayd writes, “associated with a fair degree of research, put...
The writer is advocating Arab Muslim scholars to study in the West and address orientalists in intellectual and cultural seminars.
The author discusses the issue of the ordination of women in various Christian denominations and traditions.
A Christian missionary converted to Islam after reading the Qur’ān with the intention to find mistakes that could help him to invite Muslims to convert to Christianity. He wrote an important book on the issue.
A discussion about shortcomings in the administration of justice in Egypt that allow unscrupulous people to get away with crime.
The author writes about Archbishop Samuel, whose achievements and services for the church and the country still attest to the devotion of this prelate.


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