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Ibrāhīm al-Jawharī was born in the city of Qaliyūb in the second half of the 18th century. In the small city’s kuttāb, he learned writing and arithmetic, in which he excelled. He used to trans-scribe the religion books, and distribute them to the church at his own expense. He cared to present the...
Rev. Dr Andrea Zakī, President of the Evangelical Sect, said that the visit conducted by President al-Sīsī yesterday to the Cathedral hailed in a new history of Islamic-Christian relations in Egypt. He said that the president is establishing a new notion of citizenship as a behavior...
Bishop Cyril of Najaʿ Ḥammādī praised the annual visit conducted by the governorate’s executive leadership, headed by the Governor of the territory, to the Archbishopric to present their well-wishes for the feast.
In an act of political stupidity and arrogance, Republican representative Dave Trott presented a piece of draft legislation titled “The Issue Concerning Coptic Churches in Egypt,” which was discussed during the 114th session of Congress. It was then referred to the Committee on Foreign...
Dr. Elizabeth ʿAbd al-Masīḥ Shākir, member of the House of Representatives, said that there is no interference by the judicial or legislative powers, highlighting that “Parliament can not interfere in the judiciary’s work.”
The Coptic Orthodox Church has made a statement illustrating the incident that took place in Najʿa al- Mahīdāt in Luxor. 
The Muftī of the Republic, Dr. Shawqī Allām, said that divisions between Muslims and Christians in Egypt is not likely to occur, and the probability of having failed efforts is assured. He is demanding to propose a solid resolution in which citizens peacefully interact.
Before the bombing of the two churches in Ṭanṭa and al-Iskandariyya, there was a rising of the group Jamāʻa al-Islāmiyya al-Takfīriyya that is known as “al-Ṣaʿadūn Bil-Ḥaq”. Due to the political vacuum in Islamic organizations, a new organization has publicly appeared with an Islamic unification...
An Egyptian initiative for human rights will be taking place in Cairo next Tuesday. Its main aim is to declare some facts regarding the violence against, and the forced displacement of the al-ʿArīsh Copts; the initiative is known as “The Declared Death”. 
Maḥmūd `Ashīsh, the founder of the Egyptian Family abroad, said that the visit of Pope Tawāḍrūs to Kuwayt during the past few days indicates that the Arab Gulf State grants religious freedoms for expatriates residing there. 
I witnessed the events of sectarian strife in al-Zawya al-Ḥamrā’on this day, June 17, in 1981. I saw with my own eyes the state of terrible chaos that included killing and the looting of jewellers’ shops, and I saw a building in fire, crumbling to the ground.  I was in my second year of university...
In a meeting attended by dozens of women in St. Mary’s Church in Beni Suwayf, Nārimīn Maḥmūd, head of the Beni Suwayf National Council for Women (NCW) branch, stressed the importance of national unity and cohesion between Muslims and Christians of Egypt under such terrorist attacks that target all...
The author of this article, Rā’id Muqqadim, believes that the first buffer in sectarian incidents that take place in Egypt should be the moderate majority of Muslim and Christian citizens. 
The author points out that the Tulunid Dynasty, established by Ahmad Ibn Tulun [Tulūn] in 868 AD, can be regarded as the actual start of the history of Islamic Egypt. Ibn Tulun, who was sent to Egypt as a resident governor, defied the weak authority of the Abbasid Caliphate at the time and broke...
A group of Muslim girls went on Friday to St. Mary’s Church in Shubrā, Cairo, in an initiative under the title “Draw a Smile” to alleviate feelings of Copts after the terrorist attack that has recently occurred on the road to St. Samuel the Confessor Monastery, Minya. The initiative was welcomed...
In its provocative publication, al-Naba’ Newsletter, the Islamic State (IS) renewed its threats to Copts in Egypt, saying that “targeting churches is a part of our plan of war.” 
Egyptian President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sīsī will receive a delegation of the churches of Australia and New Zealand at the presidential headquarters on Thursday. Among other issues, the meeting will mainly touch on four, including ways to promote values of tolerance, peace and accepting of others to...
Infirād website presents a number of facts about the new administrative capital church, which will be built at the request of President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī, during his Christmas mass speech.
The Patriarchate of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch, headed by Mār Ignatius Ephram II, Patriarch of Antioch and Supreme Leader of the Syriac Orthodox Church, distanced itself from Hātūn, an organization headed by the nun Hatūn Dūjān.
Dr. Khālid al-ʿInānī, Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, said that Egypt, throughout its history, has excelled in religious tolerance throughout the various eras it has endured.
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