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A list is given of the Azhar delegates to the current meeting at the Vatican between representatives of the Azhar and the Vatican.
Subtitles: The Muslims: The apology is political and not religious. The Catholics: The Pope’s aim is spreading peace. The Orthodox: The apology represents a European vision and not a Christian vision. The apology declaration which was delivered by Pope John Paul II, the Pope of Vatican, during the...
The statements of the German bishop Karl Liman on the health condition of Pope John Paul II has broken the iron wall hiding the health condition of the old man who is 81-years old It raised discussions that were never raised in public before about the probabilities of the resignation of the Pope...
The RNSAW asked father Dr. Christiaan van Nispen to respond to the press reports about the statement of Bishop Giuseppe Bernardini. Dr. van Nispen says the statement of the bishop should be read in its context and should be placed besides many other statements of the Pope and important Catholic...
Will the next Vatican Pope be black? This question was raised recently because of the bad health conditions of Pope John II. There are a lot of rumors which say that Pope John will resign after the celebration of the beginning of the third millennium due to his old age and his bad health. There...
[and Al-Wafd, April 15, 1999.] The Joint Islamic-Catholic Dialogue Committee, which represents the Azhar and the Papal Council [for Interreligious Dialogue], has condemned the brutal actions being taken by the Serbs in Kosovo.
Islamic-Christian dialogue organized at the Gregoriana Papal Catholic University. Discusses Islamic Sharia (law) as a source of legislation in countries with a Muslim majority, human behavior and the Islamic Ijtihad.
Dr. Mohammed Selim Al-’Awa, executive member of the council of Arab Team for Islamic-Christian Dialogue, presented in Rome a number of lectures on Islam as a source of legislation in countries with a Muslim majority, guarantees for status of non-Muslims, and human rights in Islam.
A comment on an agreement between pontifical council and the permanent committee for dialogue in Al-Azhar.

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