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The Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed that Christians in the Middle East are suffering as a result of being associated with British and U.S foreign policy.
A conference will be held by the Egyptian Association for Historical Studies to discuss allegations of the Zionist movement against the Arab regimes.
The author reviews the newly established King David Museum and Genealogy Center in Jerusalem, believing that it was built to wipe out the Arab identity of the city by corrupting historical facts.
Muslim scholars have debated a recent Bahā’ī conference that was held in Egypt.
The article presents the reactions of Muslim scholars to the declaration that a prominent Muslim Italian journalist was baptized by the Catholic pope in the Easter eve service.
Kamāl Zākhir bemoans the current situation of the Coptic Church and criticizes theocracy, supporting his argument by citing examples from the Holy Bible.
“Miracles happen when people decide they do.” Al-Bāz argues that the famous miraculous apparition of the Holy Virgin in 1968 was the product of the historical and social situation and served the church, the people as well as the political leadership.
A defrocked monk distorted a letter in the name of Late Pope Kyrillos VI, addressed to Ben Gurion, the Israeli prime minister at the time. It was proved that the fake monk was seeking revenge against the church authorities that rejected him from a monastic life.
Pope Shenouda III attributes the escalation in the Palestinian crisis to the division of Arabs and their incapacity or unwillingness to take the risk of reaction. In a world dominated by power, only solidarity can be useful in facing the different challenges. Pope Shenouda also denounced the...
This issue covers a number of topics dealing again with the freedom of expression. Pope Shenouda discusses the need for Arab unity to address the tensions in the Middle East, and Max Michel publishes a book critiquing the Coptic Orthodox Church.


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