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32. The Pope’s house on the top of the Jewish requests from Europe and the United States

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32. The Pope’s house on the top of the Jewish requests from Europe and the United States
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October 5, 1999
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Pope John Paul II recently announced that he had lived, during his childhood, in a house owned by a Jew. Surprisingly, the grandchild of the owner appeared, taking the necessary measures to prove his ownership of the house!

4. Islam and the dialogue between religions

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4. Islam and the dialogue between religions
Date of source: 
October 4, 1999
Author: 
Mahmud Hamdi Zaqzuq
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"The issue of dialog has become recently an important one on all levels. We live in a time where all interests are intertwined and have become complicated as never before. Solving them by dialog has become very important" writes Egypt’s Minister of Awqaf or Religious Endowments.

21. The case of the murder of the Al-Muharraq monastery monk postponed in order to hear the witnesses and the Head Coronor’s deputy

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21. The case of the murder of the Al-Muharraq monastery monk postponed in order to hear the witnesses and the Head Coronor’s deputy
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September 19, 1999
Author: 
‘Abduh al-Tanaghi
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Assuit’s Criminal Court decided to postpone the case of the murder on a monk of Al-Muharraq monastery in Qussia, to next Tuesday.

52. The Egyptian Church celebrates the Coptic New Year tomorrow

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52. The Egyptian Church celebrates the Coptic New Year tomorrow
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September 11, 1999
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Tomorrow, the Egyptian Church celebrates the beginning of the new Coptic year - the year 1716 of the Martyrs which is known as the feast of Nairouz. Prayers will begin in churches today in the evening and will continue until tomorrow morning.

37. In the report of the American Foreign Ministry: There are no people arrested for religious reasons in Egypt

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37. In the report of the American Foreign Ministry: There are no people arrested for religious reasons in Egypt
Date of source: 
September 11, 1999
Author: 
Hudá Tawfiq
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The report of the American Foreign Ministry concerning religious freedom in the world spoke about the climate of religious tolerance in Egypt, and it said that the [Egyptian] government had decided to support the teaching of both Coptic and Byzantine history in the schools, just as [also] the Ministry of Education has specified dates for exams that do not interfere with Coptic religious feasts.

36. Washington criticizes the persecution of the religious minorities in Iran, Sudan and Iraq

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36. Washington criticizes the persecution of the religious minorities in Iran, Sudan and Iraq
Date of source: 
September 10, 1999
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A report produced by the American Ministry of Foreign Affairs about religious freedom criticized practices to which women and the religious minorities are exposed in Iran, Sudan, Afghanistan and Iraq.

35. In the report of the American Foreign Ministry: Mubarak supported the religious freedom for the Copts and has never refused a request to build a church

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35. In the report of the American Foreign Ministry: Mubarak supported the religious freedom for the Copts and has never refused a request to build a church
Date of source: 
September 10, 1999
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Hudá Tawfiq
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The report of the American Foreign Ministry about religious freedom in the world confirmed that President Hosni Mubarak implemented the necessary procedures to facilitate and support religious freedom for Egyptian Copts.

56. The suitable compensation

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56. The suitable compensation
Date of source: 
September 5, 1999
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Baphnotius, the bishop of Samalout
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The accident of Beni Suef caused the death of 30 young Christian men and women and 11 were injured. The bishop suggests that the suitable compensation for the families of the killed people would be building a church in Samalout.

47. The Pope of the Vatican visits Egypt for a religious pilgrimage in December

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47. The Pope of the Vatican visits Egypt for a religious pilgrimage in December
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September 7, 1999
Author: 
Ahmad al-‘Umlah
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It is expected that Pope John Paul the second, the Pope of the Vatican, will visit Sinai on December 5. This will be his first visit to Egypt.

32. Arresting the killer of the monk from the Monastery of al-Muharaq in Assiout

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32. Arresting the killer of the monk from the Monastery of al-Muharaq in Assiout
Date of source: 
September 7, 1999
Author: 
Ahmad Musá
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The security authorities discovered that two brothers set a trap for the monk inside the fields that were near the monastery.

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