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Bashīr 'Īsá writes that the attack on the Church of the Two Saints, Saint Mark and Pope Peter in Alexandria is not different than the November attack at the Our Lady of Salvation Church in Baghdad. The author is surprised at what she sees as the double standard of Egyptians in reacting to religious...
Lutfī responds to ‘Āmir on the subject of his faulty understanding of the salafī approach, citing several examples of the salafī approach leading to and supporting terrorist activities and an anti-moderation that is counter to Islam.
The article discusses Jews in Iraq and the contribution that they made to society before emigrating to Israel.
The article deals with various aspects of the Muslim Brotherhood group that have been discussed in the press this week such as the group's relations with the U.S, the elections to the Muslim Brotherhood guide's office and the extension of the Emergency Law. The article also includes an interview...
Tarek Heggy writes on the phenomenon of the increase in the number of students attending religious educational institutes.
The article reports on the inauguration ceremony of the first Catholic church in Qatar’s capital city Doha.
The article looks at a new religious survey, Freedom in the World, which claims that none of the Christian communities in the Middle East are completely free. The author analyzes the changing face of Christianity in the Middle East and the reasons behind its recent decline.
Muslims began to emigrate to England after the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869. Now their estimated number is more than one million persons. They have now about 1500 mosques and dozens of Islamic centers throughout England.
An American study emphasizes that U.S. battle against extremism should be carried out by supporting democratization, even if this leads to moderate Islamists coming to power because they can be a wall of defense against extremists and hardliners.
The article is based on a file that was issued by Rose al-Yūsuf magazine on the role held by religious men in both Christianity and Islam in society, and their disputes with each other.

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