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The author discusses the reasons behind the Islam-West clash where he sees that religions’ differences are not the reason behind the struggle. Rather, he views the clash as mainly political.
The author discusses the Muslim-Christian relationship, pointing out the role of some foreign forces in increasing the tension between Muslims and Copts. He calls on religious institutions and society to deal with this critical issue.
Most of the Egyptian papers and magazines devoted full pages to congratulate Christians on Christmas. Christian and Muslim writers believe that January 7 is considered a vivid example of Egyptian national unity.
Egyptian newspapers covered the occasion of the Eastern Easter feast celebrated by the Coptic Christian Church. Topics ranged from historical background articles to opinion articles about Easter.
Arab media primarily placed the war in Iraq in the framework of the religious dimension. Religion is present in the background of almost all articles. Reactions of religious institutions and figures and the impact of religion on the characters of both Bush and Saddam Hussein are the focus of...
The article is a list of the articles published about Christmas in the Egyptian press. The articles did not only touch upon the spiritual connotations and values of the birth of Jesus Christ. Many writers gave their articles a political dimension by expressing their surprise at the discrepancy...
The author of the article asserts that imperial powers are taking advantage of religious sectarianism in the Middle East.
Dr. Jamīl Kamāl Georgy argues that the world is undergoing a phase of struggle among civilizations, not dialogue.
The author criticizes the ‘Da Vinci Code’ movie as defaming Christ, asserting that freedom of expression does not mean scorning religions.
The author discusses the phenomenon of terrorism and tries to set criteria through which an act of violence may be regarded terrorism.
A listing of articles in the Egyptian press concerning the festival of Easter.
The author comments on Youssef Sidhom’s editorial in "Watani" titled "Why did Egyptian Students demonstrate?" He believes that the ideas Sidhom expressed are strange ideas outside the bounds of the Egyptian Orthodox-church, as they do not support the Palestinian struggle against Israel. He also...
The author comments on the problem of the Anba Antonius Monastery. He explains that he is not writing about the reasons that led to the problem but rather about the misunderstandings that could have turned the incident into a real crisis, in the full sense of the word.
The author comments on the term “Zionist Christianity” and how it came to be treated as an accomplished fact. He tries to answer a question: Can Christianity as a religion meet with Zionism, which is a political movement and with Judaism, as a religion
The article discusses the roots of the concept of holy war in Islam, Christianity and Judaism.
The author states that Christian Zionism is linked to U.S. neo-conservatives and that is being promoted by tele-evangelists, such as Pat Robertson.
Listing of articles published on the occasion of Eastern Christmas.
The author argues that the clash of civilizations is only one manifestation of the interaction of civilizations.
Discussing the Jewish personality is an interesting yet a tiring matter. It is a psychopathic complicated personality; it is hard to discover its concealed darkness that is full of contradictions between the inherited and literal believes of Torah.
The author is afraid that by publishing this story and pictures, Al-Nabaa newspaper has proved that journalism in Egypt is not mature yet, which is an invitation to call for more control over the press and freedom of opinion.


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