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Relations bet. Egypt's 2 sects based on coherence: Al Tayeb
Published in Albawaba on 15 - 07 - 2015

Egypt's Supreme Imam of Al Azhar, Ahmed Al Tayeb said that relations between Muslims and Christians witnessed coherence and cohesion, Al Bawaba News reported Wednesday.
At a meeting with the director of the Anglican Community delegation in Egypt, Al Tayeb asserted that this relationship between Egypt's sects is based on awareness.
During the meeting, Priest Andre Zaki presented his congratulations to Muslims across Egypt on the occasion of Eid Al Fitr.
Zaki praised the role of Al Azhar in consolidating the bonds of relations between Muslims and Christians inside and outside Egypt without regard to religion or creed in order to build national unity among all Egyptians, and the call to spread the culture of tolerance and pluralism and acceptance of others.
Zaki signaled to the relations between evangelical churches in Egypt and its international counterparts and the role posed to correct the erroneous image and to emphasize that the June 30 revolution is a popular revolution protected by the Egyptian army.
At the end of the meeting the Grand Imam stressed on the importance of the unification of Egyptians after their leadership facing terrorism, which does not differentiate between Muslims and Christians.
Al Tayeb, also praised and welcomed the idea forward to Entail Minister by Zaki durng their meeting a few days ago for the preparation for an international conference to be held early next year to study the role of religious discourse in the face of the phenomenon of terrorism.
Meanwhile, Egypt's Mufti, Shawki Allam met the delegation of the Anglican Community who carried sincere congratulations on the occasion of the Muslim Eid al-Fitr.

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