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Farīdah Muhammad reports on the statements of both Rev. Dr. Sa03fwat al-Bayyāḍī, head of the Evangelical Church in Egypt, and Shaykh Dr. Muḥammad Sayyid Ṭanṭāwī, grand Imām of the Azhar, who attacked what they called ’voices that fan the flames of sectarian strife.’
Ṣafwat al-Bayyādī believes that Egyptians still have the same mentality as they did 2000 years ago, and that Muslims and Christians do not make even the smallest decision without a Fatwá from the men of religion.
Michael ‘Ādil reports on the statements of participants of an Iftār celebration organized by the Rotary Club of Cairo.
The Egyptian press is still focusing on the case of the four editors-in-chief who were sentenced to jail for spreading rumors and false information about President Mubārak’s health condition. While some observers denounce the jail penalty, others believe that journalists who do not adhere to the...
The phenomenon of Christians organizing Iftār banquets for Muslims during the month of Ramad...
Muḥammad Nūr gauges the opinions of Muslim scholars on the decision of the Azhar to dismiss Dr. ‘Izzat ‘Aṭiyyah for releasing a Fatwá demanding that female workers breastfeed their male colleagues.
While Poet Aḥmad al-Shahāwī intends to file a claim against the Shaykh of the Azhar, reliable sources at the Islamic Research Academy assert that the Azhar withdrew al-Shahāwī’s book but did not deem the poet Kāfir.
The article discusses the trip of a group of young Ethiopians from the Ethiopian Diaspora, and their visit with Drs. Cornelis Hulsman to Watani.
Thanā’ al-Karrās discusses the issue of the importance of meetings, conferences, and activities of inter-religious dialogue and whether or not they are worth the efforts and money spent on them.
Robeir al-Faris discusses the decision announced by Shaykh Ṭanṭāwī regarding permitting Copts to study at the Azhar. He further mentions the recent furor caused by a documentary that depicts Christ from a Muslim perspective.


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