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Majdī Khalīl sheds light on the difference between citizenship rights and the political activity of clergymen, and highlights the rarity of clergymen who are politically active.
The author discusses the issue of books in Egypt spreading the ideal of sedition. He questions why these books are permitted to be published, and stresses the damage that this causes to the principles of citizenship.
al-Ahrām al-‘Arabī accuses some Muslim and Coptic figures of escalating the crisis of the Copts.
The author reviews the various studies that have been carried out on the subject of the fortunes owned by Christians in Egypt, believing that the talks about the discrimination of Copts have become just a “silly joke.”
Hibah al-Sharqāwī, the author, criticizes the Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy for practicing a form of intellectual terrorism when it claims the right to confiscate books not only with Islamic themes but books from all other fields as well.
While Zionist organizations accuse Pope Shenouda III of anti-Semitism, Muḥammad ‘Imārah accuses him of sparking sectarian sedition. The author of the following lines wonders if the simultaneous attacks were coincidental.
The author reviews a recent article published in al-Dustūr regarding Muslim and Christian houses of worship. A poll was conducted to see how many Muslim worshipers had entered churches, and how many Christian worshipers had entered mosques. It highlighted their impressions of the respective places...
Muḥammad ‘Imārah used a TV program aired live on the Culture Channel to disseminate his unpleasant sectarian ideas and claim that Pope Shenouda is trying hard to incite a sectarian climate.
Counselor Najīb Jibrā’īl filed a lawsuit against Islamic thinker Muḥammad ‘Imārah, accusing him of igniting sectarian sedition through his continuous criticism against Copts and Pope Shenouda on Egyptian television.
Muhammad al-Disūqī Rushdī of al-Dustūr believes that the relationship between the Islamic thinker Dr. Muh...


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