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Learning to think about religion/religions in a multi-disciplinary way Understanding the concept of “sacred history” Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Interpretations of sacred history
This is the transcript of the presentation H.E. Bishop Dr. Yohanna Qulta (84) gave at the Webinar on Inclusive Citizenship on September 26, 2020. This transcript was made by Shady Saleh elSherif. Before Bishop Qulta became a priest he was teaching philosophy at Cairo University, Egypt. He is a...
Dr. Tarek al-Gawhary, MA Azhar University, PhD Princeton University, advisor to Sheikh Dr. Ali Goma’a. explained the thought process in Islamic Law and how a Muslim jurist can think about the concept of inclusive citizenship in a historical context. The basis is in the Constitution of Medina or the...
A lecture from Dr. Tarek Mansour on Muslim-Christian relations in the Middle East.
On Friday 29th July, the summer school students went back in time to explore the strikingly unique and enigmatic ancient Egyptian culture. As inquisitive students, I think that we all share an interest in the past, and we were therefore curious to delve into the mysterious and majestic lives of the...
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Ghobashy, a lecturer of modern and contemporary history at the Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development, proposed on July 3rd that Egypt can be seen as the cradle of religions. 
About the demographic structure of Jordan
Orthodox Rabbi Moshe Peleg responded in questions and answers with Cornelis Hulsman to the article of Dr. Nājiyya ʿAbd al-Mughnī Saʿīd, vice president of the Egyptian Moral Rearmament Association (EMRA) about the death of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh [Shīrīn Abū ʿĀklih]. Please read Dr...
Throughout history, Russia and Ukraine have been allies and foes. No doubt they had indissociable bonds. In this article of former CAWU intern Valeria Bez we will see how the two nations evolved, what sort of relations shaped between them, and what the ethnic issue has to do with the war of 2022...
Coptic emigration has gone through numerous stages for different reasons. “Coptic diaspora” (aqbāṭ al-mahjar) mainly refers to Coptic immigration to European countries, the US, and Australia. Waves of migration to these countries began in the early 1960s, and it was a common for Egyptian citizens...

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