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In the article “The Unseen Facts,” published on January 10, 2005 in al-Usbou‘ newspaper, Anba Mousa replies to arguments raised by judge Tāriq al- Bishrī with regards to the Costantine issue.
Continuing discussions in Egyptian media about the alleged conversion of Wafā’ Costantin to Islam.
I reckon that the church administration has mishandled the Wafā’ Costantine issue and that its very policies have reflected on the Egyptian Copts themselves, said Judge Tāriq al-Bishrī, a veteran judge and a specialist researcher in minorities affairs, in an interview.
The Mufti of Egypt affirmed that the Palestinians defence of themselves by any method is legal. Counselor Tareq Al-Bishri believed that the killing of the civilians is not wrong as a civilian is not related only to the uniform but is related to the attitude he adopts. Dr. Abdel-Sabour Shahin said...
Tareq Al-Bishri’s "Muslims and Copts in the Frame of the Patriotic Group" touches upon the relationship between Muslims and Christians in the period from the beginnings of the 19th century until the July 23 Revolution, in 1952. He gave many examples on how this relation was a good one and how both...
The bishop for youth stressed that the attitude of the police towards those who went onto the streets and tried to cause damage or confront the security was the same in the cases of the Coptic Youths’ demonstration against Al-Nabaa and the Azhar students’ demonstration against the "Banquet for...
The article is a comment on Tareq Al-Bishri’s article in which he compared the attitude of the State towards Al-Nabaa crisis and the crisis caused by the publication of the "Banquet for Seaweed." The author believes that Christians have the right to get angry and to express that anger by all lawful...
The author commented on Tareq Al-Bishri’s article, in which he compared the attitude of the State towards the Coptic youth demonstrations against what Al-Nabaa published to the Azhar students’ demonstrations against the publication of the "Banquet for Seaweed." He believes that the State was very...
The writer believes that the demonstrations by thousands of Coptic youths in the Patriarchate, protesting about what Al-Nabaa published, should not be considered only in the light of Al-Nabaa disaster. He compared between the problem the "Banquet for Seaweed" caused and that caused by the story of...
Well-known Egyptian thinkers Dr. Milad Hanna and Counselor Tareq Al-Bishri spoke at a seminar of the Islamic Benevolent Organization about globalization. Hanna said that neither the entire West nor America accepts the idea of cultural conflicts. However, conflicts between cultures are in the...

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