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Nabīl Salamah advocates for the whole world to cooperate in re- reading history towards an objective point of view - towards strengthening values of peace, justice and love. These are the values common to both religions: Islam and Christianity.
In this article the author highlights the difference between the concept of citizenship and the concept of belonging.
This press review deals with a controversial announcement made by Max Michel, a Christian who split from the Coptic Orthodox Church and set up a church in the Muqattam area and named himself Archbishop Maximus I, amidst an outcry from the Egyptian mother church and severe criticism.
The author reports a summarized version of the suggestions that were the focus of the fifth meeting of the Egyptian-German dialogue that was held lately in Hanover, Germany. The meeting lasted for five days and was attended by many researchers, university professors, some Muslim and Christian...
Salāma continues his review of a German congress about the dialogue of cultures, and more specifically, about the separation of state and religion and the role of religion in democracy.
Islamic awakening affects democracy, making the political contribution of the Muslim Brotherhood even more difficult, as the author presents some of the problems that may face society if the Muslim Brotherhood takes authority.
Salāma contemplates the conciliatory possibilities of religious discourse and warns against the use of religion to divide people.
Nabīl Najīb Salāma sheds lights on marriage and divorce in Christianity.
Pope Shenouda’s rejection of the Administrative Judiciary Court’s ruling granting divorced Christians the right to a second marriage is still drawing wide-scale reactions as many Coptic writers support the pope’s decision on the grounds that the ruling clashes with biblical texts.
The author reviews the relations binding Egypt and the Vatican, which established diplomatic ties in 1920.


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