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This articles deals with the ideological bases of jihād. The author argues that it is the totalitarian religious experience, as psychologist Erich Fromm defines it, that results in jihād. He points out that it was the writings of Sayyid Qutb and Muhammad ‘Abd al-Salām Faraj that laid the...
In his article, Wajīh Ramzī defines monasticism, explores its homeland and services and gives some information about the first monk. He says that because monasticism is based in Egypt, Egypt has an influence on the global church.
Mīnā Munīr replies to Midhat Bishūy’s article about Max Michel
This article deals with national unity between Muslims and Copts. The author points out that in order to avoid danger, the existence of a threat should be realized. He argues that it is the responsibility of orators and priests to overcome sectarian feelings.
A biography of Pope Shenouda on the occasion of his 85th birthday.
The author describes the Qur’ān’s stance on interfaith friendships in times of war and peace.
The author comments on the history of the Coptic language.
The author analyzes the results of a poll that ranks the world’s top 100 intellectuals of 2008 conducted by Foreign Policy and Prospect magazines, where ‘Amr Khālid took sixth place.
There have been people like Max Michel trying to threaten the church since its inception, claims author Midhat Bishāī. The church should be more concerned about the thousands of followers who leave for other churches.
Religious extremists are against change and reform according to author Tal‘at Radwān. He believes that religious fanaticism is fostered in a climate of autocracy and oppression.


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