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With his recent visit to the occupied Palestinian territories, Bishop Rāfāʾīl, general bishop of the churches of central Cairo and head of the youth bishopric, sparked criticism of the Coptic Orthodox Church and accusations of normalization with Israel.
In their third collaboration, L’Harmattan will publish a new book on the Muslim Brotherhood by Egyptian author ʿAbd al-Raḥīm ʿAlī in 2023.
According to Sonia Rizq writing in al-Diyyār, the fears and concerns of the Maronite Patriarch, H.G. Cardinal Mar Bishāra al-Rāʿī are manifested in his Sunday sermons and in all his positions, due to his fear for the fate of Lebanon in general, and for Christians in particular, who tend to emigrate...
Dār al-Kalima Press, which is affiliated with Dār al-Kalima University in Bethlehem, launched its latest publication, Rooted in Palestine: Palestinian Christians and the Struggle for National Liberation 1917-2004 by Xavier Abu Eid [Xavier Abū ʿĪd]. The launch ceremony took place in the hall of St....
At a conference organized by the Arab League in cooperation with the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, Dr. Naẓīr ʿAyād, the Secretary General of the Islamic Research Academy, stated that Islam views religious pluralism as an inevitable necessity and a universal sunna. This comes from Islam’s...
The Public Prosecution Office stated that violence against women is not pervasive in the way that some people seek to export it, taking advantage of these facts and the community’s interest in following up on its details as if they express the state of society as a whole. These individual criminal...
Archbishop ʿAṭāllāh Ḥannā of the Greek Orthodox Church of Sebastia clarified today that anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism. “We reject anti-Semitism, and we reject all kinds of racism in all its forms, especially when it is done in the name of religion,” he said.
The call by shaykh of al-Azhar, Aḥmad al-Ṭayyib, to revive "the right of toil and pursuit" fatwa to preserve the rights of working women has sparked wide reactions, from women's rights organizations in Egypt. These organizations have called for the housewife, who has worked to develop her husband's...
Last year, the Egyptian Cabinet increased the punishment for female genital mutilation (FGM) to a maximum 20-year prison sentence, but this has not limited the spread of the practice. 
Egyptian authorities released Coptic activist Rāmī Kāmil on Saturday, following the decision of the public prosecution’s office, after enduring more than two years in pretrial detention.

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