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Maximus Hakim is Patriarch of the Greek Catholic Church in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt and the rest of the Arab countries. Patriarch Hakim was born in Egypt and then went to Palestine where he stayed until the 1967 war. He says he does not think the Israelis would be committed to...
The opinions of the late Sheikh Mitwali Al-Sha’arawi and Father Matta Al-Meskin summarize to a large extent the features of the personality of Pope Shenouda.
The Zionists conspire to weaken Egypt. That contained a plan to incite strife between Muslims and Christians.
Upon Mubarak becoming president, new era of good relations began with Pope Shenouda.
A statement smuggled out of prison through an Islamist lawyer, signed by 10 so-called historic leaders of the underground organizations Jihad and Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiya, is the latest in a series of the jailed leaders’ appeals for an end to anti-government attacks.
It was not a coincidence that the British Sunday Telegraph, owned by the Jewish media moguls, has launched a fierce campaign against Egypt and its national unity at this particular time.
Despite of the unity of the Egyptian people, both Muslims and Christians, the sectarian climate will result in hateful behavior. This behavior results in creating a sectarian atmosphere between Muslims and Christians, and this atmosphere will always be there as long as there are people who with...
The use of Fatwas (religious decrees) has been exploited to the full: the murder of President Sadat generated a Fatwa, the attack on the Population Conference in 1994 resulted in another Fatwa, the lootings of gold shops was followed by a Fatwa and the list is long.
The Mufti says that the reason for Egypt’s defeat in the June 1967 war was due to its atheism and moving away from religion. However, the Mufti adds the victory of October 1973 was because of our strong faith and tight grasp on religion, which made God stand by Egypt’s side, and angels crossed the...
Authorities have banned the production of a film on the assassination of President Anwar El-Sadat by Islamist militants in 1981.

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