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The authors outline short biographies of ten Coptic figures that they believe are the most famous. The individuals include pioneers in business, culture, politics and the arts.
The article reports on activities of the recent visit of a high-level Dutch delegation from Christian and Islamic institutions to Egypt. The delegation declared that they aimed at underlining the official and the public refusal of the anti-Islam film ’Fitna’ produced by a Dutch political leader.
Cairo University holds a conference on building the principles of citizenship in Egypt. Advisor al-Sayyid Yāsīn of the al-Ahrām Center for Strategic Studies, attacked religious institutions for their lack of role in eliminating religious fanaticism between Muslims and Christians. He also attacked...
Many of the experienced human rights activists have turned into foreign funding brokers provided that fund seekers observe total secrecy and blind obedience. Brokers might as well pass the recipe secret to some company owner, which paves the way for the emergence of more brokers.
Leading activist of the Muslim Brotherhood ‘Isām al-‘Iryān has allegedly written three letters from his Tura prison custody pending investigation by the Supreme State Security Prosecution. Bearing his signature, the letters were meant to be sent to his wife, members of the Brotherhood’s Irshād [...
The application of the Islamic Sharī‘ah in Egypt does not indicate any form of separation between Muslims and Copts.
Amnesty International appears to be launching a campaign for human rights organizations against the newly drafted anti-terror law approved by the constitutional amendments in Egypt.
Sāmih Fawzī writes about the discussion session held at the Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences to discuss Father Christian Van Nispen’s book, ‘Christians and Muslims: Brothers before God.’
Some clerics - shaykhs and priests - have suddenly turned into experts in economics, sociology, chemistry and physics as well as politicians who advise people to follow their opinions through Fatāwá, the observance of which is obedience to God and their breach considered apostasy.
Prof. Andreas van Agt explained great changes in the cultural climate of north-western Europe in the pasty decades, becoming more hostile to religion and certainly not only Islām. Muslims needs to understand those changes in order to be able to respond better to European critique on Islām and the...


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