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Dr. Mustafa al-Fiqi, Director of Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA), and Shihāb al-Dīn Ādam Shah, the charge d’affaires of Malaysia to Egypt, will inaugurate the exhibition “Faith and Power, Women in Islam” on Saturday, June 3, at 9:00p.m. at Bayt al-Sinnārī in Sayyida Zaynab. The exhibition is a joint...
Today, on Ramadan 7 of the Hijrah year 1438, prayers were held for the first time at Al-Azhar Mosque more than one thousand year ago. Being the first mosque established in the city of Cairo which was founded by Al-Mū`izz li-Dīn Allāh of the Fatimid Caliphate in the month of Ramadan of the Hijrah...
The author denounces one of the most appreciated and honored miracles that Copts of Egypt believe in. He considered the continuous narration of the miracle a provocation against Muslims and an ignition of sectarian tension.
al-Aḥrār published a file about the three minorities in Egypt: Copts, Shī‘ah and Nubians. The file sheds light on the historic backgrounds and the current situations of these minorities. Nāhid al-Nibrāwī, editor of the file presents an observation of reality and viewpoints of minorities leading...
The following lines present a historic and social background about the cave church in the Muqattam hills in Cairo. The church is located at the foot of the mountain and surrounded by about 40 thousand garbage collectors who live in difficult conditions.
Jamāl Badāwī refers to the importance of a book by Coptic historian Sawirus Ibn al- Muqaffac entitled, ‘Tārīkh alĀbā’ al-Batārikah’ [The History of Patriarchs]. The book presents a clear picture of the relationship between Copts and Muslims during the early Islamic state.
The author describes his visit to the al-Muqattam Monastry and to the cave of St. Polā.
This article is a review of ‘Abd al- ‘Azīz Jamāl al-Dīn’s book, "The history of Egypt" which deals with the Christian revolutions in Egypt and the Crusaders.
A review of a book narrating the history of Egypt over the past 20 centuries.
In the month of January, Egyptian Christians celebrate Eastern Christmas, and Muslims celebrate the festival of ‘Īd al-Adha.

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