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Mary Masʿūd was born in Cairo, Egypt. Masʿūd is a member of the Episcopal (Anglican) All Saints Cathedral (English speaking congregation), and serves on its Church Council. With a rich family heritage from both the Coptic-Orthodox and Coptic-Evangelical traditions, she receives invitations from...
Reverend Jerry Lamon Falwell was born on August 11, 1933 in Lynchburg, Virginia and deceased in May 2007.  In 1967, Falwell created an evangelical educational institution called the Lynchburg Christian Academy. The most echoing case of insult caused by Falwell was September 2002, when he gave an...
Ayman Muḥammad Rabīʿ al-Ẓawāhirī is a Muslim who claims that he is committed to bring the golden age of the caliphate back, and advocates a violent means of jihād to achieve his objectives. His own native country Egypt, along with many other countries, considers him a terrorist. During the 1990s,...
Āmīnah Wadūd; an African-American woman who was raised as a Christian by her father, a Methodist minister, converted to Islam in 1972. Āmīnah Wadūd is widely known for her strong engagement in Islamic feminism and along with other Islamic feminists, Wadūd fights for women’s complete and equal...
On the sideline of the 70th UN session, Egyptian President Al-Sisi held a series of interviews with international press agencies, resuming with the American multinational Associated Press and finalizing with CNN. Al-Sisi tackled many issues.
Foreign Policy, The New York Times, Daily News Egypt and al-Bawaba news all report about the ban on reporting on the killings of Mexican tourists in Egypt’s Western desert. There is growing public anger against the absence of transparency and increased media gags.
*/ Maurice Sādiq's comments about creating a Coptic state within Egypt have been called "ridiculous" by members of the Egyptian Coptic church in a meeting in New York. Bishop Mūsá, Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Youth Affairs, remarked that he could not, in any way, accept a religious division of...
Al-Jumhūriyah reports about the interview of Yediot Ahronoth with Farūq Husnī, Egyptian Minister of Culture.
The article discusses the need for non-partisan reporting and removing emotions from articles, using Arab-West Report to exemplify the importance of such.
The article is based on an interview with Pope Shenouda III on the occasion of the church celebrations on Easter.

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