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The full text of Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyoumī’s response to the 30 questions Drs. Cornelis Hulsman sent him concerning the second article of the Egyptian constitution.
The author seeks to dispel misconceptions about the position of non-Muslims in early-Islam and the jizya [money paid by non-Muslims in a Muslim state in return for protection and safety].
The prominent preacher Dr. Al-Ahmadi Abu Al-Nour, former Egyptian Minister of Awqaf [Religious Endowments] stressed that Muslims are the enemies of no one and that over the course of history Muslims have maintained a policy of co-existence and dialogue with ‘others’ [non-Muslims]. Abu Al-Nour said...
[Kitabis: lit.: "people of the Book" i.e., Christians and Jews] The author believes that the Coptic candidate of the Wafd, Mounir Fakhri Abdel-Nour, suffered a ridiculous attack in the name of religion by his Muslim opponent who distributed a flyer including some Qur’anic verses, aiming to distract...
While we are all trying to identify our citizenship values, an evil researcher, Abu Islam Ahmed Abdallah, has come up with an inciting, irresponsible paper, which is extremely sectarian and is entitled "the rights of Coptic Muslims in Egypt".
When the extremist secular Farag Foda killed himself [this is the formulation of the author. Foda was murdered. See the comments of the RNSAW in the text], Sheikh Al-Sharawi - may God rest his soul - shouted: "Allahu Akbar! If I was to kill anybody, I would have killed this man..."
Dr. Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi, Al-Azhar Sheikh, in his conversation with Professor John Esposito, an visiting American orientalist, affirmed that in Egypt the relationship between Muslims and Copts is a relationship of one nation and all that are equal in their rights and obligations.


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