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Jamāl al-Bannā believes that conflicts among religions are not due to differences in religions but rather to religious institutions misusing religions.
The importance of translation and its impact on expanding knowledge and building inter-cultural bridges is focused on, as well as the upcoming launch of the Electronic Network for Arab West Understanding.
The author claims that Pope Benedict XVI “deleted” phrases from the Bible following the Jews’ complaints. The alleged statements are most likely not from the Bible but from some liturgical texts.
The article reports that Pope Benedict XVI decided to amend a prayer that used to call on Jews to embrace Christianity after many Jewish organizations expressed their resentment about this attitude of the Catholic Church.
Islam is the target of Western and Zionists’ attacks. Muslims need to unite to defend their religion and any inter-religious dialogue is bound to avowing Islam as a heavenly religion.
Yūsuf Wahīb comments on Pope Shenouda’s advice for Coptic Orthodox not to get married to non-Orthodox.
The author, Hānī Ahmad Rizq, claims that a state of sectarian tension stormed the village of Miniyat al-Hayt in al-Fayyūm as a result of a Muslim villager accusing a Coptic family of kidnapping and harming his wife.
The author, Arwá Hasan, reports on the opinions of Muslim scholars to a recent Vatican document entitled, ’Doctrinal Note on some aspects of Evangelization,’ which defended the "right and duty" of Catholics to do missionary work, aimed at converting people from other religions and other Christian...
Pope Benedict XVI explicitly declared that the Christianization of Muslims is ’a matter of life and death’ to the Catholic Church.
In the article, Muslim thinker Muḥammad ‘Imārah responds to a new Vatican document on the right of evangelizing non-Christians.

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