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The article deals with the reference Barack Obama made to Copts in his historic speech in Cairo.
The American University in Cairo organized a cultural evening on interfaith dialogue.
A delegation from the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs promises Copts in Britain that actions will soon be taken to solve Copts’ problems in Egypt.
In his editorial Sidhum again refers to President Mubārak’s Easter message to Copts. Sidhum comments on the discrimination that exists against Copts in Egypt and mentions the lack of Copts in significant government positions.
Believing in the threat represented by the abnormal ideologies advocated by the Egyptian writer Nawāl al- Sa‘dāwī, a committee of Azhar scholars seeks to highlight the genuine core of Islam and tries to stand against such thoughts.
The U.S state department has issued a new report on the state of human rights in different countries around the world.
The article lists facts related to the houses of worship file. He shows the extent of the state’s discrimination in dealing with both Muslim and Christian houses of worship.
In the final issue of the year there are always a number of delayed articles that should have been included earlier. Hulsman expresses his hope that the work of Arab-West Report will become part of Western institute and help to add to a proper understanding of Muslim-Christian relations. However it...
The author reviews sectarian tension in Egypt and the potential causes behind it.
Issues that exacerbate tensions between Muslims and Christians in Egypt seem to keep bubbling back to the surface. In this editorial Drs. Hulsman comments on the recent development in the Abū Fanā incidents as well as rumors surrounding Wafā’ Qustantīne.


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