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In this article the author reviews the main ideas mentioned in the book that created huge debate entitled, ‘Aṣwāmanā bayn al-Māḍī wa-al-Ḥādir...Uṣūlahā al-Rawḥīyah wa-Juzūrahā al-Tārikhīyah’ [Our Fasting between Past and Present...its Spiritual Basis and Historical Origins] written by Father...
Watani International interviews Pope Gregorious III Lahham during his recent trip to Egypt. The pope discusses his view of Muslim-Christian relations in the Middle East, Christian isolation, and his opinion of problems facing Christians throughout the Arab world.
The new edition of Muḥammad ‘Imārah’s book, ’Fitnah al-Takfīr bayna al-Shī‘ah wa-al- Wahhābīyah wa-al-Sūfīyah’ [The Sedition of Takfīr between Shī‘ah Wahhābism and Ṣūfism] was issued following the withdrawal of his old one from the market after the author indeliberatily quoted texts from another...
The article explains that apocryphal books are fabricated and contradict with authentic Christian beliefs.
The following lines represent an interview with Ibrāhīm Sālim al-Tarzī who translated many of the Apocrypha Gospels. al-Tarzī reveals information about the Apocrypha and considers the texts to be an important piece of Coptic literature.
The author discusses the uproar surrounding a book authored by a prominent Islamic scholar, and the harsh critique directed against Watani for questioning the book.
Different Christian newspapers try to garner Coptic readers. Most of the papers are not of a good quality and most adopt exaggerated expressions to attract as many readers as possible.
The author wonders about the increasing coverage of Coptic affairs in Egyptian press, and points to a number of specific periodicals that have increased their focus on such issues.
Following the storm raised over his recent book, ’Fitnat al-Takfīr Bayn al-Shī‘ah wa-al- Wahābīyah wa-al-Sūfīyah’ [Reviewer: The Sedition of Takfīr between Shī‘ah, Wahhābism and Ṣūfism], Islamic Intellectual Dr. Muhammad ‘Imārah "explicitly and unequivocally" apologized for quoting texts that...
Dr. Isaac Fānūs, father of the revival of Coptic iconography, passed away. Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah publicly apologized for placing a quote in his book justifying violence against Copts.


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