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An animated session of Watani Forum hosted a round-table discussion on Christians of the Arab World. Participating were a number of Egyptian intellectuals and religious figures, as well as Lebanese Jesuit Brother Danny Younis.
Private journals claiming their right to freedom of the press incite sedition due to the lack of responsibility. Media professors view this as an aggravation to society. These private journals have affected the public opinion badly and are affecting the freedom of press.
Egyptian intellectuals support President Mubārak’s call on youth and preachers to reflect that Islam came for the good of Muslims and the enlightenment of the world.
Dr. Mustafa al-Shak‘a raised a thorny issue when he called for a ban on consumption of carbonated beverages in Egypt, claiming that the enzymes produced by pigs are essential ingredients in the industry of these beverages.
The article is based on two interviews with Dr. Tareq Mitri, a Lebanese professor and the head of the Islamic-Christian dialogue section at the World Council of Churches [and member of the Board of Advisors of AWR] and Coptic researcher Samir Marcos, counselor of inter-civilizational dialogue...
In a lecture held at the UN headquarters in New York last January, General Secretary Kofi Anan criticized the harassment and the discrimination Muslims have been exposed to, especially after the September 11 events. Anan called for making up for the infringements upon the rights of Muslims...
The late Dr. William Soliman Qilada has contributed a lot to the national dialogue by holding symposiums, conferences, studies and research projects. In all of his books and studies, his main concern was the idea or the principle of citizenship.
The claims of Israel and Jews that they have the right for compensations from some countries have reached the degree of being a blackmail. Egyptian university professors refute the claims of the so-called Jewish properties in Egypt. Cairo University professor in international law Dr. Ahmed Abu Al-...
The Higher Council for Culture organized its first two-day symposium titled “Coptic Monuments of Egypt,” which was attended by many professors and research specialists. Abu Al-Hamad Farghali, a professor at the Faculty of Antiquities at Cairo University, explained that a large number of Coptic...
Many Muslim thinkers and scholars have occupied themselves with the issue of democracy in Western civilization and its comparison with the Islamic system of shura [consultation], especially after the proposed U.S. reform project known as the Greater Middle East was introduced. This study examines...

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