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CIDT’s Jayson Casper writes about his experiences in Coptic Orthodoxy, offering his reflections on what he has learned as he hears of the miracles of Coptic saints.
 The study of the ways culture and religion impact one another is a topic of great interest not only to me on a personal level, but also to CIDT as an organization devoted to the promotion of intercultural dialogue. A highlight of this issue of Arab-West Report is the brace of articles written by...
the following is a speech given by Jayson Casper marking Jielis van Baalen leaving the office on April 1, 2010.
Edited by: Cornelis Hulsman, Editor-in-chief Arab-West Report, Clare Turner, academic language editor CIDTAn in depth report into 13 human rights organizations in Egypt, written with a view to creating a network with some of these organizations with a particular focus on issues of mutual interest...
CIDT’s Jayson Casper reports on a panel discussion held at the JaffaCenter entitled The Fatimid State: Protecting the Holy Places of Mecca and Jerusalem”.
AWR Editor-in-Chief presents a paper on peace building, focusing on the work of CIDT, AWR and the ZIVIC project. The paper discusses the role of the media, governance and identity in interreligious conflict in Egypt, incorporating how the Arab-West Group can help in terms of study and...
CIDT’s Jayson Casper discusses the role of the difficulties surrounding church building in perpetuating interreligious conflict in Egypt, referring to the example set by Fr. Yu’annis.              
Nearly one month after the incidents in Najc Hammādī, and with the trial of the three suspects approaching, CIDT’s Molinengo Vivien delves into the meanings and mechanisms of the process of reconciliation, emphasizing the need of punishment in achieving reconciliation between Christians and Muslims...
Cornelius Hulsman is quoted in this report for Dutch daily Reformatorisch Dagblad, arguing that the Christmas Eve attacks in Naga Hammadi are a sign of governmental weakness, suggesting that the security services could have been more prepared for such an incident.
The aim of this study is to show how modern Arabic literature and poetry could help in the effort to understand modern Arab society and its problems. 

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