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Book Discussion: Egyptian Church balances of religion and state

The book will be discussed at Sinnari house at 6pm with author Hani Labib in conversation with writer and political analyst Ammar Ali Hassan

Ahram Online, Monday 28 May 2012
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Sinnari Archaelogical house will host writer, Hani Labib, on Wednesday, 30 May, at 6pm to discuss his latest book released from Nahdet Masr Publishing house titled, AlKanissa AlMasriya.. Tawazonat AlDawla Wal Deen (The Egyptian Church, State and Religion Balances). Labib will be in discussion with writer and political analyst Ammar Ali Hassan.

The book discusses the relation between the Church as one of the state’s most important “institutions” and the state itself. Several contoversial questions are raised by the book, drawing on new historical documents. 

 

Programme:

Wednesday, 30 May, 6pm

Sinnari Archaelogical house

Sayyieda Zeinab, Cairo.

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