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Most of the Egyptian papers and magazines devoted full pages to congratulate Christians on Christmas. Christian and Muslim writers believe that January 7 is considered a vivid example of Egyptian national unity.
There is no difference between Muslims and Christians in Egypt for they have the same traditions, hopes, sufferings, look the same, and even wear the same clothes.
On August 2, 1997 the L.A Times published an alleged claim of Christians being tortured in Pakistan, but at the same time, nothing was mentioned about the confirmed massacres perpetrated daily by Israel, protected by the right of veto. On August 14, 1997, the same newspaper published an...
An article about the Muslim Brotherhood’s intent to establish a state that has a religious, and not civil nature, and the attitude of the Muslim Brotherhood towards the Copts.
Ni‘māt Ahmad Fou’ād states that Egypt has always embraced religion, both Islam and Christianity.
The American embassy in one of the Arab countries sent the officials in that Arab country a strange note. The note included many demands concerning the necessity of reconsidering the religious and historical curriculums taught in schools and universities. The article exposes the opinions of some...
One of the newspapers ran an interview with Dr. Nawal Al-Sa’adawi, in which she was asked her opinion about going on pilgrimage and other issues. The author argues against her opinions and claims that her knowledge of Islam is poor.
Dr. Adel Sabour Shahin said that Nawal Al-Sa’adawi was a heretic and a communist who does not believe in God. Dr. Suade Salah, the former dean of the Faculty of Islamic Studies, said that her opinions are considered a deviation from religion as she denied one of the main essentials in Islam, that...
Although Christianity did not emerge from Egypt, Egypt was the nation that carried its message. Has Europe understood that lately? The recommendations of the Second Vatican Council called for the third time for dialogue between Muslims and Christians.
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