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Author: Sohirin Mohammad Solihin
ISBN: 0860372073
Pages: 120 pages
Publisher: The Islamic Foundation (July 1, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Christian Denominations & Sects
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e-Book Copts and Muslims in Egypt: A Study on Harmony and Hostility epub download

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Sohirin Mohammad Solihin. It highlights the Copts' position under Muslim rulers, and how Muslims and Copts view the situation differently. This text looks at the past experience and the peaceful co-existence of the Coptic and Muslim communities. View PDF. Save to Library.

Copts and Muslims in Egypt: A study on harmony and hostility.

ISBN: 0860372073 Author: Sohirin Mohammad Solihin Publisher: Islamic Foundation .

ISBN: 0860372073 Author: Sohirin Mohammad Solihin Publisher: Islamic Foundation (UK) Pages: 120 Binding: Paperback. Description from the publisher: Looks at the past experience and the peaceful co-existence of the two communities. Highlights the Copts' position under Muslim rulers and how Muslims and Copts view the situation differently. Our Grandma (Zaynab Dawood) Ages 6 to 10+. War and Peace in the Life of the Prophet Muhammad (sws) (Zakaria Bashier).

Author Sohirin Mohammad Solihin states in his book 'Copts and Muslims in Egypt: A study on Harmony and Hostility': The term Copt is used to refer to the indigenous Christian of Egypt. After the Muslim conquest at the hands of Amr bin al-As, in 639 CE, under the command of the second caliph, Umar ibn al-Khattab, Copts, by and large, having experienced the cruelty of the Roman Empire which opposed Christianity and massacred hundreds of thousands of the followers of St. Mark, founder of the Coptic faith, turned to Islam.

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See a Problem? We’d love your help. by. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press. Leicester: The Islamic Foundation. Rowley, MA: Newbury House. Negation in Middle Welsh. Studia Celtica 4., 63–88. Highlights the Copts’ position under Muslim rulers and how Muslims and Copts view the situation differently. Looks at the past experience and the peaceful co-existence of the two communities.

This text looks at the past experience and the peaceful co-existence of the Coptic and Muslim communities. It highlights the Copts' position under Muslim rulers, and how Muslims and Copts view the situation differently.