The Pope in Egypt
The visit of Pope Francis to Cairo and other cities in Egypt had a great impact and echo because, as Muslims, we have to respect and protect the followers of all heavenly religions. Our faith is based on believing in Almighty Allah, his angels, his books and all his messengers. The stories about previous prophets in the Holy Quran are the best ever because they address all mankind at all times as people will remain the same.
Attending Al-Azhar International Peace Conference was surely a gigantic step towards confirming that Egypt is truly ‘The Land of Kinana,’ it is the land of the Nile that has been bestowing its virtues and good
Egypt will always remain a peace-loving country that has been living on principles of religious tolerance for long centuries
deeds on everybody. The Pope’s visit to Saint Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Abbasiya to meet Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria reflects Egypt’s decisive confirmation that killing of innocent people in a church was nothing more than a cowardly act of terror and blood shedding.
It stressed that Egypt will always remain a peace-loving country that has been living on principles of religious tolerance for long centuries. Extremism and terrorism is alien to Egypt. The phrases were used by some media that has been relentlessly working on damaging the image of Islam and Muslims, especially when some Muslims are committing crimes reflecting extremism that strongly condemned in Islam; a religion that fully respects other religions and other people’s choices.