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New Release: Religion, State and Sectarianism

Nabil Abd El-Fattah's newest edition contains four new studies on religion and culture

Marwa Mohie El-Din, Wednesday 13 Jul 2011
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Al-din wa Al-Dawla wa Al-Ta'efia (Religion, State and Sectarianism) by Nabil Abd El-Fattah

This book is considered Nabil Abd El-Fattah's main contribution in his cultural project aimed at observing and criticising discrimination culture. He has studied religious status in Egypt and targeted the conflict between religion and the state in the political field.

The first edition of the book was published in 2009. A new edition was published last January, after the first had run out. In the new edition, the writer added four new studies. The first one is a retreatment of the Christian role in the Mashriq, followed by a study on the revival of the Arab Christian role. The third is about the renewal of the Islamic intellect and the last is about the renewal of national unity. 

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