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The author presents a review of a new novel entitled, ‘Tea for Who,’ and published by Anthony Robert Aikman.
The following lines review Usāmah al-Ghazālī’s article discussing the main characteristics of the Enlightenment Age; its advantages and disadvantages.
A discussion of tolerance and the relationship between religion and politics in Egypt from the era of Muhammad Ali, through the Nasser and Sadat years and concluding with two choices for the future for Egypt.
The author, Father Rafīq Grish, the head of the press center of the Catholic College in Egypt, publishes a study about Dan Brown’s controversial novel ‘The Da Vinci Code’ in a bid to refute the book that sold over 50 million copies all over the world and was adapted into a movie shown for the...
Daniel Henninger argues that given the popularity of ‘The Da Vinci Code’, conspiracy theories clearly have no limits.
This writer, with a non-Western background, writes in strong support of Western values, especially freedom of expression in light of the Danish cartoon crisis, and condemns multiple aspects of the Islamic society as being inferior.
A new book is promoted which claims that the earth does not rotate and there is no gravity.
Cromwell praised the executive director of the International Coptic Federation, based in Washington, for his lobby work for the proposed Freedom of Religious Persecution Act in the US.
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