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Lawyer Muntasir al-Zayyāt will deliver a speech in Rome about the circumstances which force Islamists to be involved in violence and terrorism.
Two authors write about the Greek Catholic cemetery in Old Cairo, describing it as a remarkable museum that contains precious materials and works of art.
The article reports on the baptism of the prominent media figure Majdī ‘Allām during the Easter ceremonies.
Hamzah sheds light on what she believes to be the “provocative” stances and declarations in Pope Benedict XVI’s latest “historic” visit to the U.S. She also writes about “the mutual interest” between the Vatican and the U.S. president and the mutual message of Christianity and Judaism in the world.
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.
Dr. Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq, Egyptian minister of endowments, highlights three main phases in the Muslim world’s relationship with the West. The first one started with the Abbasid Caliphate, the second started with the French expedition to Egypt and the third one is the contemporary era.
The authors interviewed the female Kenyan Muslim preacher ‘Ā’ishah Wangari Kamango on the reasons behind her conversion to Islam.
The article reviews an economic study prepared by Dr. Huwaydā ‘Adlī, an assistant teacher at Misr University for Science and Technology, which was entitled, ’Arabs in diaspora: Problems of merging and their impact on development in the Arab world.’
In the name of Copts’ Voice Organization in Italy, Ashraf Ramlah filed a claim against Egypt with the European Union. In his letter he pointed out Egypt’s violation of human rights and the discrimination against Copts.
The Italian TV film ’St. Peter’ staring ‘Umar al-Sharīf seems to have sparked a debate between the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church as it suggests that St. Peter the Apostle was the chief disciple, a view that the Orthodox Church denies.


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