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The split between the Orthodox and the Catholic churches was more due to political reasons than to religious and doctrinal ones.
The first conference of the Middle East Freedoms Forum was held in Cairo under the title: “Where is Egypt heading?” The following lines present information about the participants and the main subjects that were discussed during the conference.
In the article, Max Michel Ḥannā, Archbishop Maximus, is still fighting to have his new St. Athanasius Church recognized by the court.
Umnīyah ‘Ādil reports on the statements of the Coptic Catholic Patriarch of Alexandria H.H. Antonius Najīb about national unity in Egypt.
The following lines present more details about the Jihād introspections, their advocates and their opponents. While some people consider Imām’s revisions a turning point in the history of the Islamic groups, many observers doubt the authenticity of the revisions.
Bilāl al-Dawwī reports on the legal problems facing the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, and wonders the problems could lead to the closure of the center.
Dr. Nabīl Lūqā Bibāwī has attacked the activities of the expatriate Copts, asserting that 90% of the problems of Copts of Egypt have already been solved within the era of Mubārak.
In the article, the criticisms of a number of thinkers and politicians have been continually targeting the banned Muslim Brotherhood group on their proposed manifesto for their political party, which has excluded non-Muslims and women from running for presidency.
The following lines discuss the ongoing reactions to the Chicago conference held by the Coptic Assembly of America. While some observers accuse the delegates of trying to achieve American goals in Egypt, others call for opening the channels of dialogue.


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