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An interview/lecture from Richard Gauvain regarding the impact of Salafism in Egypt.
On Sunday July 1st., the summer school group left the dormitories to attend a service in All Saints Cathedral (Anglican-Episcopal) in Zamalek, Cairo. 
The Coptic Orthodox Church issued a statement yesterday evening in response to the statements of former father Zakariyā Buṭrus (Zakaria Boutros), stressing that he had been cut off from the church for more than 18 years, following his attack on the Prophet Muḥammad.
Various researchers and religious authorities are calling for an urgent examination of the phenomenon of Islamophobia in Western societies, after a 23-year-old man set fire to Arooj Shah's car, the first Muslim president of Oldham Council in northern England, with a Molotov cocktail.
Throughout his life, AWR friend Henk Glimmerveen (1923-2020) showed that engaged citizens can make a difference.
Rev. Munīr Ḥannā, head of the Episcopal or "Anglican" sect in Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, explained the historical and ideological nature of the difference between the "Episcopal and Evangelical" churches.
The Islamophobia Monitoring Observatory at Egypt's Dār al-Iftāʾ praised the British government's rejection of all anti-Islam manifestations, after dismissing the Advisor of the Ministry of Housing when he made statements expressing hostility and hatred towards Islam.
In Britain, more than sixty House of Lords members from the opposition Labour Party have signed a statement published in a newspaper on Wednesday accusing party leader Jeremy Corbyn of failing the “test of leadership” over anti-Semitism in the party.
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, stated yesterday that the U.K. intends to classify “Islamic extremism” as an ideology that is distinct from Islam as a heavenly religion. This comes in the context of the government’s response to the killing of a British soldier on the street in the U.K. (‘Abd...
Al-Misrīyūn, on December 14,  comments that in few years, Churches bells will “not be heard anymore” in the United Kingdom, where Christians in big numbers are converting to be Muslims making Islam to be the fastest growing religion in the British state, this trend is expected to continue. 


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