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Having a PhD degree is not a guarantee for good academic work. Dr. Mahmoud Omar [Maḥmūd ʿUmar] may have been a good archeologist, but he ruined his own academic reputation by interpreting medieval traditions as historical facts, as descriptions that have actually happened.
The Papal Headquarters at the St. Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in ʿAbāssiyya today saw the signing of a cooperation protocol between the Institute of Coptic Studies and the Faculty for Specific Education at al-Zaqāzīq University.
Ṭalʿat Fahmī, Media spokesman on behalf of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, denied the authenticity of what was published by some media about the death of the Acting Supreme Guide of the group, Maḥmūd ʿIzzat. In a statement to “al-ʿArabī 21”, the Muslim Brotherhood affirms that Dr. Maḥmūd ʿIzzat,...
 Reports released by international and domestic organizations have shown Egypt to be among the top corrupt nations on earth. However shocking this may sound, bribing civil servants has become the norm in Egypt. In its Global Corruption report 2009, Transparency International attributes Egypt’s...
In recent years the tensions between Christians and Muslims in Egypt have increased. In many cases Christians have been victims of violence. Is there any chance that religions can live together peacefully in the land of Nile? This is the question that Cornelis Hulsman sought to answer in his paper...
Hūwaydā Yahiyá reports about different opinions of different Christian figures regarding incidents of fitnah.
The article presents the views of some intellectuals and Islamic scholars on the issue of Christians who converted to Islam and then decided to return to Christianity for personal and worldly factors.
In the following lines the authors report on viewpoints of different Egyptian figures involved in media issues in Egypt. The article highlights the shortages of discourse in the Egyptian media and suggests solutions.
The article talks about the increasing violence on both the Islamic and Christian sides when a mixed religion marriage takes place.
Dr. Hatim al-Tahāwī comments on Pope Benedict XVI’s lecture in Germany and his comments about Islam.

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