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Al-Qāhirah reports on a new book about the relationship between Christians and the press.
This article sheds light on two instances in Port Said, showing that state institutions have been penetrated by conservative thoughts which indirectly stir sectarian tension. The two instances are the banning of celebrations of Shamm al-Nasīm, and giving religious names for new housing areas.
The author presents his own suggestions with regard to how the media can deal with the issue of the Copts.
The article sheds light on the role of Dr. Munīr Shukrī in reviving Coptic heritage.
The author reflects on some of the life story of Archdeacon Habīb Girgis.
This article reflects on the great political life of prominent political intellectual Coptic leader Makram ‘Ubayd who struggled all through his life for Egypt.      
In the the same way that many newspapers have a page focusing on different Islamic issues, Rose al-Yūsuf, al-Wafd, and al-Jumhūrīyah havedevoted a page to deal with the various Coptic issues affirming the fact that the Copts are part and parcel of Egyptian society.  
Halīm reflects on the establishment and the history of the ’al-Ummah al-Qibtīyah’ movement during the 1950s.
The article deals with the problems of the Islamic discourse.
This article introduces a new concept in journalism known as "Citizenship Journalism." This is described as being capable of dealing with the different social, political, and economic issues from the perspective of citizenship. 


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