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Former Iranian President Khatamī created uproar in the Coptic Orthodox Church when he declared that the first church in the world was in Iran during the first century and that it was a refuge for Christians during times of persecution.
Dr. Rafīq Ḥabīb doubts the real motives behind the American annual aid to Egypt, claiming that the American administration manipulates the Egyptian government through such financial and developmental aid to serve American interests in the region.
The article talks about fears of using violence by the banned Muslim Brotherhood group in order to reach power in Egypt, following in the steps of its ally the Ḥamās group in Gaza.
It is incorrect to classify all Coptic expatriates under one sole category. The loud voice of the extremist Coptic expatriates does not change the fact that they are a limited minority. The author defends the moderate majority of Coptic expatriates in ten points.
‘Ādil Jundī writes his article from the perspective of a Muslim Egyptian, saying that he would work hard to purify his religious heritage by subjecting it to reason and research.
The article discusses the platform of the long-awaited Muslim Brotherhood party. When Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyūmī rejects the idea of establishing the Islamic Ummah, Sāmiḥ Fawzī refers to their trend to turn the basis of the political process from patriotic into sectarian.
The author records the history of the political life of religious trends. He believes that the Islamists have failed to present appropriate participation in the political life of the Arab countries.
Ṭāriq Mitrī talks about many issues that occupy the public in Lebanon including Fath al-Islām organization, Palestinian refugees of Nahr al-Bārid, and the U.S. military assistance to Lebanon.
The prominent Egyptian intellectual Tarek Heggy wrote about a number of topics related to the developments in the Egyptian and Arab arenas, sending a number of press messages to figureheads in the Arab world.


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