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Today, the number of Palestinian Christians in Palestine does not exceed 1 percent, although they constituted nearly 12 percent of the population before the year of 1948. What is the main reason for their decline in numbers? And why do they migrate to other lands to live? What is the relationship...
Al-Azhar has said that the targeting of innocent displaced people in a school sheltering them, along with others on a coastal road, and the massacre of citizens in Gaza’s al-Shifāʾ Hospital, as well as the killing of convoys of wounded people and the bombing of ambulances, have all put the...
Supervisor of the Hebrew language department at al-Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism, Dr. Wissām Ḥashād, said that the Zionist occupation is not stopping its systematic racist campaign to eliminate the Palestinian people, pointing out that the time of this war coincides with the olive...
Today (Saturday), the Israeli army bombed al-Azhar University in al-Mughrāqa in Gaza, in continuation of the crimes committed against the Palestinian people that began in early October and are still going on to this moment.
The former dean at the Faculty of Islamic Daʿwa (calls) at al-Azhar University, Dr. Ahmad Rabēʿ, said that the Arab-Zionist conflict at the present time is between the Arabs and a Zionist secular movement that relies on religion because it perceives that distancing itself from religion would have...
The Grand Imām of al-Azhar, Dr. Aḥmad al-Ṭayyīb, said the practices of the ruthless Zionist occupation in Gaza – which include intensive bombing, electricity and Internet cut-off, and the obscuring of all sources of information on massacres and war crimes – are nothing but ‘blind terrorism.’
The Egypt Council of Churches (ECC) priests and pastors committee concluded its 8th annual conference at the Anaphora House on October 24, where 80 priests from the Orthodox, Anglican, Catholic, and Episcopal churches from several Egyptian provinces attended.
Queen Rānyā of Jordan accused Western leaders of having a ‘glaring double standard’, which is apparent in their failure to condemn the killing of Palestinian civilians who are victims of Israeli shelling in Gaza.
Archbishop of Latin Church Catholics of the Archdiocese of Jerusalem, Patriarch Pierbattista Pizzaballa, said he was agonized by the suffering of thousands of people, as well as the huge number of victims that keeps rising daily.

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