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The inclusion of religious data on identity cards is a declaration of a person’s identity.
The author talks about a documentary entitled, ‘Muslim Jesus,’ which has been fiercely criticized by conservative Christians.
This article deals with some points discussed by the Anglican al-Azhar Dialogue Committee in London with focus on Shaykh Umar al-Dīb’s paper on Muslim minorities in the West.
The article narrates a story of a former Catholic priest who converted to Islam, adopted the Islamic name of Idrīs Tawfīq, and became an Islamic Dā‘yah.
Deputy of the Azhar Shaykh ‘Umar al-Dīb announced the inauguration of the first Azhar institute in Britain.
‘Muslim Jesus,’ a British documentary, creates uproar among Christians all over the world. Aḥmad al-Sa‘dāwī observes Egyptian reactions to the issue.
The following article presents continuing discussions on a new documentary film entitled, ‘Muslim Jesus,’ which depicts the life and story of Jesus Christ as recorded in the Qur’ān.
The author writes about a recent suggestion to make the Coptic New Year celebration day a national celebration of citizenship in Egypt. He refers to the Egyptian society that existed after the revolution of 1919.
Samīr Farīd, the author, responds to the worrying statements of the leaders of the Egyptian churches about showing a British documentary entitled, ‘Muslim Jesus,’ which features how Muslims perceive Jesus Christ. Farīd says if it scientifically presents the Islamic standpoint about Jesus, stressing...
Egyptian churches – Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant – have condemned a British documentary entitled, ‘Muslim Jesus,’ which examines how Muslims portray Jesus according to the Qur’ān as a main source of information. They have called for not showing the documentary in Egypt as it could provoke bad...


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