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This article deals with the accreditation of Egypt’s new ambassador to the Vatican which coincided with the first Muslim-Catholic forum.
This article sheds light on the booklet issued by the Muslim Brotherhood providing guidelines on penetrating secondary school students.
October reports about different opinions of Egyptian journalists regarding the new suggestions for penalties for journalistic violations.
The article provides opinions of different scholars regarding the validity of political fatwás
The author reviews the book entitled, ’Jewish Community of Medieval Egypt’, whose author Mark Cohen, professor of Middle East history at Princeton University in the U.S. In this book, the lives of Jews during the Fatimid area are described. Most of the information for this book comes from the...
The author reviews the book ’Under Crescent and Cross: The Jews in the Middle Ages.’ The book shows the favorable treatment that Jews were given in Islamic countries in the Middle Ages compared to European countries.
The Administrative Judiciary Court refused to recognize Max Michel as the patriarch of a Coptic Orthodox Church declaring that Pope Shenouda III is the only patriarch for Orthodox Copts. The execution of the ruling will imply the annulment of the identity card that had been issued by the Egyptian...
The following lines shed light on the recent amendments to the law of 1938 passed by the Community Council of the Coptic Orthodox Church, regulating the personal status issues of Copts in Egypt.
Dr. Hibah Ra'ūf, professor of political science at Cairo University has stated that the Muslim Brotherhood could play an important role in political reform in Egypt.
The author argues that Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, as an agent for globalization is promoting apostasy and the loss of religious identity.


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