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This paper expands upon earlier work published in Arab-West Report by Dutch Arabists Eildert Mulder and Thomas Milo on the contested earliest sources of Islam.1 Mulder and Milo illustrate that critical scholarship has cast doubt on the historic
Over the past decade many Egyptians involved in disputes have attempted settlement through what are known as 'reconciliation sessions'.
The aim of this study is to show how modern Arabic literature and poetry could help in the effort to understand modern Arab society and its problems. 
Ayūb traces the Waqf system in Egypt back through its history. The article mentions that the golden age of the Waqf system was the 12th-18th centuries. The system was continued throughout Muhammad ‘Alī’s era and he used revenue from the Waqf system to fund his own projects to modernize Egypt....
The book One Nation; One People, was compiled and written byAl-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies in 1982. The book provides a scientific analysis of the question of national unity in Egypt.
Khalīl presents a history of the advice and guidance sessions held with Copts who want to convert to Islam.
Husayn Sirāj reviews a book authored by Sulaymān al-Hakīm about Jews who proved to be true Egyptians. The book, which is entitled ’Yahūd…wa-Lākin Misryūn’ [Jews but Egyptians], focuses on the lives of Jewish Egyptian artists and their political and national stances.
The following is a review of the history of the Jewish existence in Egypt and Jewish synagogues.
Muhammad al-Rifa‘ī talks about Nabīl Zakī’s book about Nūbār Pasha and how loyal an Egyptian politician he was, even though the viewpoint of historians differs.
The author highlights the problem of Bishop Kyrillos, providing his view with regards to the issue of citizenship.


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