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The vice-president of the committee for dialogue between religions in the Azhar, Dr. Ali Al-Samman, explained why the Vatican did not apologize for the crusades. It is because European history syllabuses give western people the idea that Salah Al-Deen was the leader of an Islamic aggression during...
The Editorial Board of the RNSAW announces six new members of the Board of Advisors.
This article gives an overview of the Egyptian/Arab Press, including English language media, about Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim and the Ibn Khaldoun Institute.
As reported in the last issue of the RNSAW, 'Amīr S. Ibrāhīm, son of Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, expressed his readiness to respond to all questions related to allegations in the Egyptian press. Dr. Saʿd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm made a statement before the State Security Prosecutors and 'Amīr thinks this...
[in reaction to an article of Al Usboa about The Egyptian Organization For Human Rights] The secretary general of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights defended his decisions and actions after the article, which was published 2 weeks ago in Al-Usboa, about "irregularities inside the...
Egypt opened its doors to receive Jesus Christ, the Child that was born in Bethlehem and came to Egypt to escape from Herod the king. Blessing came everywhere He went. Once again we go around with the holy caravan the moved and crossed borders, climbed mountains, walked in deserts, and crossed...
The discussion at the press conference of the New York Council of Churches on June 28 [transcript presented in last week’s RNSAW] was mainly with members of the American Coptic Union. Before the press conference Drs. Cornelis Hulsman interviewed Rafique Iscander, chairman and founder of the...
The writer argues that the current regulation in the Coptic Orthodox Church governing the selection and election of a new pope contains a number of gross breaches and contradictory violations of laws of the church and the principle of the "right of the people to elect their patron," and calls for...
A book on the nature of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt is reviewed. The book points out the friendly nature of relationships between Muslims and Copts in Egypt throughout history. It concentrates mainly on the role of one priest in the 1919 revolution; Father Sergious preached against the...

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