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Naẓīr Jayyid Rūfāʾil was born on August 3, 1923 in Asyūṭ governorate, who over the days became His Holiness Pope Shinūda III, Pope of Alexandria, and the 117th Patriarch of St. Mark's See. He declared: "I am a citizen who serves God through the people."   Today is celebrated the 96th anniversary...
Egypt's intellectual life of the 20th century has witnessed a richness in publications on Islam written by great Egyptian authors and writers. Inspired by the biography of Muhammad, their works on the Prophet of Islam were not documentation of historical narratives. Different from scholarly debates...
Ṣawt al-Azhar magazine [Voice of al-Azhar] dedicates its edition on Wednesday, December 27, to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ under the title “Peace Be upon Him the Day He Was Born”. The edition includes several topics underscoring how Islam and Muslims honor Jesus Christ and his mother,...
Ahmad Khālid continues his series of articles answering the pope’s controversial declarations against Islām. In his fourth article he asserts that Islām is a religion of truth that exalts God above everything. Islām, like Christianity before it, came to fulfill the world’s needs.
The attack on Islam and Prophet Muhammad seem to be ongoing. The author believes that a global Islamic plan should be drawn up to confront these offences and to specify whether to confiscate such books or make them available to readers.
The author recounts that Walīd al- Husaynī claims to have been dismissed only because he did not want to adhere to the teachings of the Tablīgh and Da‘wa group.
The report examines the definitions of polemics, the differing views of what constitutes polemics, including the Danish cartoons and the play in Alexandria which led to sectarian violence, Mīzān al-Haqq, a 19th century Christian polemical book against Islam and the Gospel of Barnabas, which is the...
Dr. Wolfram Reiss discusses the obstacles and opportunities identified by a German project and accompanying international dialogue on the revision of school textbooks in the Middle East, in terms of their treatment of Christianity.
Bibliotheca Alexandrina declared that it has withdrawn a copy of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” which Jewish bodies consider as anti-Semitic, from the showcase of strange and rare books. Bibliotheca Alexandrina has also withdrawn five other books by Egyptian writers, mainly translations of...
Background about the life of Father Christian van Nispen in Egypt [member of the AWR-Editorial Board], his activities and his relationships with Muslim sheikhs and scholars.

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