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Drs. Hulsman provides a detailed description of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt, and a history of Coptic problems, stemming from their own actions and outside influences.
Several articles in the Egyptian press shows how Egyptians were deeply touched by the impressive celebration, which took place on June 1st, in Saint Mary’s Coptic Church in Ma’adi, to commemorate the third millennium anniversary of the coming of the Holy Family to Egypt. It exposes how this...
This review discusses news about the conference on ‘Laymen and the Church’ which is supposed to be held on November 14 and 15 at the Egyptian Association for Enlightenment. However members of the association filed a claim to cancel the conference. The Orthodox church expressed its disapproval of...
Ramzī Zalqamah highlights the danger of anarchy and ideological and religious divisions in the Middle East, asserting that national unity and civil governments are the only way to live in peace in the region.
The author discusses failures in Egypt to ensure full citizenship rights for women, children, the elderly and the Copts. He notes that a conference, to be held in December, will address issues of citizenship.
Rev. Dr. John Watson writes that all religious institutions live by internal conflict. The real conflict is not between Muslims and Christians of the region, but between the West and the Islamic orient.
Egyptians are no longer peaceful people, is the idea that Ramzī Zaqlama is explaining in his column in Al- Wafd. He attended a lecture at the cathedral were it was discussed along with Copts problems.
The author deals in this article with citizenship and Muslim- Christian relations in Egypt.
The author is lamenting Egyptians’ loss of the sense of belonging to their motherland as many young men are forced, due to moribund economic conditions, to leave their own country to seek a decent living standard abroad, something their own country has failed to provide.
Coptic members of the Wafd Party are dissatisfied at the fact that Sayyed Al-Badawi, a Muslim member, was appointed as a general secretary of the party succeeding Christian member Saad Fakhry Abdel-Nour who passed away.


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