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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...
The author discusses the dominance of Islam in the school curriculum in Egypt, considering this a “cultural purification” against people of other religions that contradicts international human rights resolutions. He has prepared a study of the Arabic language curriculum in elementary and...
Tony Blair’s conversion to Catholicism should set the example for conversion in Egypt. Blair’s conversion took place after a long period of preparation and catechism. In spite of the bloody history of the relations between the Anglican Church and the Catholic Church, neither of the churches have...
Interview: Cornelis HulsmanThe following article presents an interview between His Royal Highness Prince Hasan Ibn Talal of Jordan, and Drs. Cornelis Hulsman. Issues discussed include Christian emigration from the Arab world, reform, and political issues in the Middle East.
The article focuses on the various interpretations of secularism and discusses the advantages of the ideology.
The article discusses recent comments made by Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran regarding the world’s current focus on Islam.
This article deals with S. R. Leeder’s, ’Modern Sons of the Pharaohs’ which was recently translated by Ahmad Mahmūd. The book studies Copts’ conditions in Egypt before the 1919 Revolution and cites some incidents showing that the Muslim-Coptic relationship was cordial long before the revolution and...
Umar Bakrī Bakrī describes the sentence issued against ‘Iz al-Dīn as unjust and unfounded, and reveals the double standards as well as the injustice inflicted upon Muslims who reject the U.S-British invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan.
The author presents a series of three articles reviewing memoirs of Moroccan ‘Umar al-Nāsir – the pseudonym of a spy who infiltrated al-Qā‘idah in Afghanistan at the behest of European intelligence agencies.
The following lines provide a resume of the history of the celebration of the Holy Family celebrated annually in the Upper Egyptian village of Jabal al-Tayr. Moreover, the media shed light on the influence of the financial crisis in Egypt on the celebration.
An article discussing a British youth, who converted to Islam, and is being questioned by police in connection with a suburban bomb factory.
Salāmah Dhahā interviews Dr. Salāh ‘Ayyād whose son was beaten in London.
The International Center for Civilization Studies holds its third annual seminar about Islam in the West.
The author comments on the Culture Minister and his potential appointment to UNESCO, wondering how he can be considered for the position having openly proclaimed the need to burn books in his ministry about Israel.
Drs. Hulsman and Dr. Burslem provide a detailed report on Muslim-Christian relations based on a review of Dr. Hugh Goddard’s book, commenting on a number of issues including Western perceptions, mis-interpretations, and examples of recent incidents involving Muslims and Christians.
Rāmī Rushdī reports on Jacky Trevane’s book ‘Fatwa: Living with a Death Threat.’
Ahmad ‘Abd al-Maqsūd reports about a new American book about ex-Muslims.
Du‘ā’ Mahmūd reports about the foreign policies in European countries.
London’s Mayor Ken Livingstone believes that British policy in the Middle East and the stereotypes surrounding Muslims within the U.K are impacting the further integration of Muslims into British society.
The article presents celebrations of the Copts of Egypt on Easter.


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