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Du‘ā Mahmūd writes about a report published in an American paper about sectarian discrimination in Egypt.
Reflections on the life of Bishop Samuel on the 25th anniversary of his death.
Fu’ād ‘Alām talks about the relations between security services and the Muslim Brotherhood. He denies the torture to death of Kamāl al- Sinānīrī and blames the leadership of the Brotherhood for concocting a fake crisis about his file out of self-protection.
Jābir ‘Asfūr describes the history of terrorism and the appearance of extremist Islamic organizations in Egypt after the end of Nāsir’s rule and the beginning of President Sādāt’s era.
Subtitle:Saad Zaghloul distributed bibles to excellent students and made, for the first time, the study of Christianity a scholastic subjectNot mentioning the religion on the identity card is an important request. Syria did it, but Egypt continues to refuseThere is a belief that Copts are rich...
Dr. Refaat Sa’id discusses a new book about the Muslim Brothers in which the author argues that they are trying to give outsiders a moderate view of their organization, while in fact they are secretly involved in terrorist activities, either by carrying weapons or by encouraging others to use...
A tense relationship exists between the Pope and emigrant Christians because they used to oppose the systems of the state and the president and they do not submit to the Pope’s opinions.
Two leading members of al-Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya, ‘Āsim ‘Abd al-Mājid and ‘Isām Dirbāla, have been recently released, thus decreasing the number of the group’s current prisoners to less than 500.
The author defends the importance of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt since its establishment in 1928, asserting it could play a major role in the Egyptian political scene.
A famous scriptwriter criticizes Islamic fanaticism and “repentant actresses” resuming their artistic careers.


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