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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.
About the demographic structure of Jordan
In email correspondence. Imām Fāḍl Sulaymān responded to our earlier discussion about the Covenant of ʿUmar, also known as the Capitulations of ʿUmar since I was working on a paper on my correspondence with late Dutch scholar Dr. Hans Jansen (1942-2015).  Jansen argued that the code of ‘Umar and...
The Monastery of St. George in Old Cairo is considered one of the most famous monasteries in Egypt. This is due to its historical and spiritual status in the hearts of the Copts. It suffices only to mention that the Holy Family visited it during their journey in Egypt, which is part of the reason...
Bahrain is preparing to welcome Pope Francis I in the coming November in his second visit to the Gulf after signing the Document of Human Fraternity in the USA in 2019, where Pope Francis met the Shaykh al-Azhar and the Council of Muslim Elders. Bahrain is known for its efforts in religious...
This year we celebrate the bicentenary of Champollion decoding the Rosetta Stone. The key to his success was the Coptic language, the final descendant of the Ancient Egyptian language.
Last November, an Egyptian court sentenced lawyer and intellectual Aḥmad ʿAbduh Māhir to five years in prison for “contempt of religion” because of his book The Nation’s Misguidance in the Jurisprudence of the Imams, which criticized religious heritage.  The court concluded that the book violated...

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