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President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī has allocated 1 billion and 270 million pounds ($ 71 million) to restore the Jewish heritage in Egypt. The Israeli embassy to Egypt praised the decision to restore the Jewish temples of al-Beheira, Cairo and Alexandria. Out of 25 synagogues located in Egypt, only 11...
UN sources have assured that the continuation of the acts of violence in Burma is targeted at Muslims and aims at killing and displacing them. The last attack targeted the offices of the UN and other organizations in Burma and led to the killing and displacement of tens of thousands of Muslims. The...
Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church, Bishop Narcissus, stated that the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria and all Africa, Patriarch Theodore II, has inaugurated the oldest seat of the patriarchate at the Monastery of St. Sabas the Hegumen, Alexandria. 
MP Dr. Muḥammad Fuʾād submitted a request to the House of Representatives, suggesting a briefing to be submitted by the Cabinet on the situation of the right of worship for Egyptian citizens.
The Egyptian Coalition for Minorities has organized on Wednesday a collective iftār in the Jewish Synagogue , which was attended by representatives of religious minorities.
Jehovah’s witnesses is an extremist organization that calls for not joining the army as well as boycotting the parliamentary elections. 
The World Association for al-Azhar Graduates (WAAG) strongly condemned the ideological justifications for the ISIL’s campaign to target and eliminate Christians and Jews worldwide, stressing that such a campaign is an invitation to ignite sectarian strife under the banner of religion.
In an effort to promote moderate Islam, Egypt’s Ministry of Endowments [al-Awqāf], launched 3 campaigns, one of which is a beyond borders campaign that focuses on Prophet Muḥammad and his message to convene the ethical values of humanity. A number of sermons conveyed by the prophet of Islam have...
Writing in 1999 for al-Usbūʿ newspaper, Hānī Zayyāt and Muṣṭafā Sulaymān expressed the
British political writer and professor of European studies at Oxford Timothy Garton Ash criticized the paper issued by the Azhar on the future of Egypt, saying that the document is ignoring the religions of half inhabitants of the globe, like Hinduism, Buddhism and Scientology. [Wafā' Shi'īrah, ...

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