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A book on the nature of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt is reviewed. The book points out the friendly nature of relationships between Muslims and Copts in Egypt throughout history. It concentrates mainly on the role of one priest in the 1919 revolution; Father Sergious preached against the...
Dissidents of the Muslim Brotherhood reveal the mentality of obedience that is adhered to in the organization. Conformism is highly appreciated especially among the younger generations and thus not much dialogue takes place.
El-Ahali looks back to the days after the revolution of 1919 when Copts had prominence in Egypt’s public life. El-Ahali, mouth piece of the Tagammu Party, prides itself in having the best characteristics of the liberal age of that period. Today, however, there is a segregation in society. Copts are...
The article (written by a Christian intellectual) speaks about the integration of Copts in the Egyptian society. Too many empty words are used and too easily ’others’ are blamed. The author want to look for practical solutions which would be a contribution to Egypt’s development. We should look at...
The author Rifa’at Sa’id argues that Islam in his view is humanistic and is not the way Islamists present it. The Prophet Mohammed presented a flexible, logical and human method in dealing with people who have different beliefs or opinions. There are no people with infallible interpretations of the...

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