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Previously, I have written in Arab-West Report about people who have influenced me, such as former Dutch Consul-General to Saudi Arabia, Daniel van der Meulen (1894–1989), who stimulated my interest in the Arab world and Muslim-Christian relations. Syrian-Orthodox Bishop, Samuel Aktash of the Tur...
A delegation from the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) visited the Virgin Mary Church in Luxor in an attempt to pacify the fitnah tā'fīyah ignited by the former regime. The MB assured that their relations with Copts are good, but they were marred by the former regime. Rumors had spread during the past few...
The America Coptic Union has called on Coptic people to stage a sit-in at the Coptic Cathedral al-‘Abbāsiyyah / Cairo until the bishops and priests who were arbitrarily suspended, are restored, and Pope Shenouda goes.
The governor of Luxor and Evangelical Church leaders in the governorate agree on demolishing a church with the reopening of the archaeologically-significant Ramses Road. The governor had visited the church and talked to people there. The governorate assigned a 2,000 square-meter land to build a...
The author reviews the life of Nus’hī ‘Abd al-Shahīd who started and fostered an organization for the translation and study of the writings of the fathers and theology.
The author accuses the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies of holding sectarian conferences to ignite strife in the southern city of Luxor.
The article presents an interview with former al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah member Māhir Farghalī.
Dr. Rafīq Habīb praises the ’nonviolence initiative’ of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah, believing that it is based on a true introspection for political, social and religious changes in society.
The article reports on a Luxor Copts signature campaign for bringing their defrocked Bishop Ammonius back to his bishopric.
Hānī Labīb responds to claims that civil society is meant to penetrate the Egyptian national security.


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