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Dr. Rafīq Habīb calls for the Christian minorities within Arab nations to maintain a good relationship with moderate Islamic trends that support pluralism instead of Islamic extremism that tends to disrespect and eliminate the other.
Church leaders described the law that prevents demonstrations in houses of worship as an unprecedented step that aims to deprive Copts of their rights.
Dr. Rafīq Habīb praises the ’nonviolence initiative’ of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah, believing that it is based on a true introspection for political, social and religious changes in society.
The article talks about whether the banned Muslim Brotherhood group could be seen as a real political alternative for the future or just an opposition group that lacks sufficient skills and awareness to govern.
Rafīq Habīb rejects visions that regard Copts as a minority group in Egypt, saying it is just a numerical minority that coincides with the cultural and civilizational features of society as a whole.
The author, Dr. Rafīq Habīb, discusses the relationship between citizenship and sedition, believing that citizenship forms the primary defensive line to confronting sedition.
The author presents three books that he praises as subjective and well informed on the Coptic role in political and social life in Egypt.
In the article, the author releases interviews with four Coptic figures who previously joined Islamic parties.
The author denounces an idea being promoted by political systems in the Arab world that the enforcement of a religious frame of reference violates basis of the civil state and democracy, paves the way to establish a religious state.
AWR obtained NGO status, after a long process starting in 2003. Comment on Rafīq Ḥabīb who argues that the civil state is not by necessity opposed to the religious state.


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