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The paper aims at presenting the religious education at the German School in Cairo (DEO) as one of the very few examples of schools offering interreligious education in Egypt.  In order to give the cooperative religious education at DEO a fair examination,
Sūhāj University President, Ḥassān al-Nuʿmānī, and Grand Muftī of Egypt, Shawqī ʿAllām, inaugurated the 9th Scientific Conference for Young Researchers, attended by a host of local leaders, clergymen, al-Azhar scholars, and university students.
In association with the Centre of Christian-Muslim Understanding & Partnership (CCMUP), the Egyptian Family House (Bayt al ʿĀʾila) held a concluding ceremony for the “It’s Our Planet, Let’s Preserve It” initiative.  
Al Nūr magazine for children, which is issued from the International Organization of Azhari Graduates, participated in a series of theatrical productions under the title “Ṭāʾer al Shamʿidān.” This production is inspired by Yemeni culture and was directed by the Ṣadām al ʿAdla, who is himself a...
Dr. Fānia Mabādi ʿAbd al-Raḥīm has passed away. He was a professor at the Islamic University, and spent many years of his life teaching the Arabic language to non-native speakers. He was also a researcher and investigator. He passed away after sunset today (October 20) in Medina.
Grand Muftī, Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām, said that seeking the knowledge of specialists in each field of activity is the optimal way to build sound awareness, adding that the first of these ways is education.
A decision to set up a new college teaching the Ḥanbalī fiqh (jurisprudence) at the World Islamic Sciences & Education University (W.I.S.E) in Jordan has raised many questions. While some view it as a plan to empty the Ḥanbalī fiqh from its content and make a new Salafism that is more appealing...
In association with the Masār al-Khayr (Path of Benevolence) foundation for sustainable development, the Bible Society of Jordan announced the start of a campaign to hand out packages of stationery to more than 2,000 government school pupils in the provinces of al-Karak, Mādabā and Maʿān.
The Hadāʾiq al-Qubba, al-Waylī, and al-ʿAbbāsīya churches sector organized a ceremony to hand out awards for winners in the November 2021 contest of “Our Youths Reading” initiative, launched the previous month with the aim of encouraging the youth to read.
The Institute of Coptic Studies is the most prominent education institution of the Coptic Orthodox Church, focusing on studies of Coptic history, civilization, heritage, and culture.


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