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‘Abd al-Hakīm Sulaymān reports about how Bahā’īs promote their ideas through blogs.
Kāmil writes about the life and works of a renowned Coptic Orthodox bishop, the late Bishop Gregorius, general bishop of scientific research and Coptic studies.
Dr. Sayyid al-Qimnī talks about the concept of the Islamic civil state and how it did not differentiate between Muslims and non-Muslims.
The author casts light on the role of religious institutions, particularly the Orthodox and Catholic churches, in supporting creativity.
Reviewer: Nuhayr ‘Ismat Muhammad Zuhdī writes about Hadd al-Riddah in Islam.
The author highlights the study of Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-violence Studies about the Egyptian press and its role concerning some issues.
Restoration works at the Hanging Church are about to be accomplished. Inauguration of the Church is expected next December.
An article is about a Coptic priest, Father Ibrāhīm ‘Abd al-Sayyid, who had reformative and enlightened ideas regarding the church status.
Ahmad Rāsim al-Nafīs responds to Ahmad Lashīn’s article in which he cast doubts on the concept of the Awaited Mahdī which is a fundamental aspect of the creed of shī‘ah.
The well-known Islamic thinker Jamāl al-Bannā and his controversial writings are the main source of anxiety for all the religious institutions as the Azhar.


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