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This book was first published in 2012 by CIDT in Arabic. It was later translated into English, expanded with texts of Nushin Atmaca and Patricia Prentice and edited by Cornelis Hulsman with help of Jenna Ferrecchia and Douglas May.
CH: We received this document from the Azhar through Dr. Nagia Abdelmoghney Said. The Azhar document is dated June 19, 2011. It was referred to in a recent meeting with Yousef Sidhom, editor-in-chief of Watani, and several others. It thus is an important document to refer to.  
Mai Magdy and Esben Justesen worked on this paper on the controversial Islamist Zaghloul al-Najjār. 
There is no religious strife (fitnah)  in Egypt, but there is religious tension; there is no Christian persecution in Egypt, but there is Christian discrimination. This, in summary, was the message presented in a seminar organized by the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS),...
Father Christian Van Nispen is a Jesuit who has lived in Egypt since 1962. He is a specialist in Islamic studies and plays a leading role in interreligious dialogue in Egypt.
The author talks about the importance of Ijtihād to modernize and renew our Islamic thinking, to protect our nation from religious complacency and the extremist trends.
The article is a review of Rose Al-Youssef’s file "The Complete Conspiracy: The Extremist Plan to Destroy Egypt’s Civilization." The file exposes the dangerous dimensions of extremism’s conspiracy against Egypt. The aim of the conspiracy is to destroy every aspect of Egyptian society.
The article is based on an interview with the Islamic thinker Dr. Ahmad Subḥī Manṣūr, the godfather of Qur’ānis in Egypt.
In his interview with the Egyptian Muftī, Ahmad Hassan tackles recent controversial issues involving the Muftī. He discusses the issuance of false Fatwás, and combats the political intrigue that aims at shaking his status as a Muslim cleric, saying that his status as a cleric is unshakable.
Islamic democracy is a new lie intended to deceive the world. The Islamic discourse of Muslim scholars and preachers differs according to the target audience. The only solution for the problems of Muslim societies is to separate between religion and the state.

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