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Councilor Labīb writes on the history of the church in Egypt since its establishment by Saint Mark, throughout the Islamic era until the present day. He also hails Pope Kyrillos IV as the leader of reform in the church. Labīb highlights the Egyptian Muslim rulers’ who have honored the head of the...
Al-Dustūr publishes articles published in back issues in 1995. Prominent Egyptian journalist Mahmūd Sa‘d criticizes the Islamic religious discourse in media and education in his article.
A few days ago, 31 Egyptian women took the oath of office as judges amid fierce controversy and strong criticism from conservatives.
The Egyptian government has recently released 1000 members of the Gama?a Al-Islamiya on the occasion of the anniversary of the October 6 war. Significantly, Karam Zuhdi, leader of the group, and Fou?ad Muhammad Al-Dawalibi and Essam Abdel-Magad, members of the Shura Council of the group, have also...
Al-Wafd and al-Usboa papers are positive toward the Yemeni Shaykh al-Habib al-Gafri and against the decision to deport him. Sout al-Ummah, however, believes that better than deporting him would be to disclose his deception. al-Musawwar interviews him on the reasons behind his deportation and his...
The fact that the Muslim leaders were called caliphs or the Amīr of the believers gave the political authority in Islām a religious and a legal dimension. Islām did not know the meaning of Ummah except in the time of the Prophet. All the Islamic authorities after the time of the Prophet were...
The author of the article, Mustafá Bayyūmī, provides a literary analysis of some of Najīb Mahfūz’s works, highlighting the great writer’s allusions to the companions of the Prophet Muhammad in most of his writings.
It is an unfair offense what the pope said about Islam being spread by force. Islamic history is full of examples of the liberty and respect by which Muslim leaders treated newly conquered cities, at a time when the Byzantine Empire had no rules for fighting and killing.
Those who build churches and mosques build them for God. God dwells in the mosque and the church. Egyptians have lived for thousands of years in one country. Many religions have been in Egypt. Even during pagan times, not one religion dominated, neither were there religious fights. There...
The Sheikh of the Azhar has sent a letter to the Shiaa conference in London trying to bridge the divide between Sunnis and Shiites, while not stirring up anger from Sunnis, in particularly the Azhar Scholar’s Front.

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