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Jehovah’s Witnesses appear in Cairo.
William writes about Wolf’s visit to Egypt. He mentioned that the Pope refused to meet him apparently for reasons of ill health.
Montasir Al-Zayat had declared after the Luxor terrorist attack that he will refrain from defending extremists. Lately however the newspapers published that he has returned to work in defense of the Islamists.
Representatives of the Islamic world recommended that the efforts exerted to establish an international court for the executors of terrorist operations and genocide should be supported.
The author wonders who will succeed sheik Sha’arawi. Who could take over his role as spiritual leader.
Orthodox and Evangelical churches attack each other through video tapes.
The holy council issued a decree that the period spend by a monk in the city should not exceed six consecutive years after which he should return to his monastery.
An autobiography of the phenomenal preacher. The translator added the references to many other articles which appeared about sheikh Sha’arawi in the Egyptian press.
Bahai’s had a lodge in Cairo with a head office in Ramses street. They were registered in courts but were then banned in 1960. Two Bahai representatives were arrested by the police one in 1972 and the other in 1985. Bahais may be another minority that the United States is planning to protect as an...
Questions are raised about whether or not the Sheik Al-Azhar is liable to questioning how is he chosen.


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