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73. The Holy Synod issued a ruling to isolate George H&#803abib Bibawi

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73. The Holy Synod issued a ruling to isolate George H&#803abīb Bibāwī
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pp. 1, 3
Date of source: 
25-02-2007
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Victor Salamah
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Dr. George Ḥabīb Bibāwī was excommunicated from the Coptic Orthodox Church following his latest offense against Pope Shenouda. The study published on the internet and summarized by Rose al-Yūsuf aroused the anger of the Coptic Orthodox Church who held an emergency session of the Holy Synod. The session discussed Bibāwī’s violations of the Orthodox doctrine and resulted in his excommunication.

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68. Bishop Kyrillos: His Holiness decided to allow my return to the diocese after he realized the truth

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68. Bishop Kyrillos: His Holiness decided to allow my return to the diocese after he realized the truth
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p. 23
Date of source: 
26-02-2007
Author: 
‘Umar Tantawi
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Bishop Kyrillos returns to the Diocese of Naj‘ Ḥammādī, amid demonstrations of love in which Muslims also participated.

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64. The Holy Synod split

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64. The Holy Synod split
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p. 6
Date of source: 
21-02-2007
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‘Adil Girgis Sa‘d
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The angry demonstrations of the people of Naj‘ Ḥammādī in al- ‘Abbāsīyah Cathedral against Bishop Bīshūy’s decision to dismiss Bishop Kyrillos, which forced Pope Shenouda to reconsider the decision, reveal that Copts can no longer stand the oppression of priests.

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58. The Egyptian national church

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58. The Egyptian national church
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p. 7
Date of source: 
22-02-2007
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Hazim Munir, Not mentioned
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The present tension in the Coptic Church has been brought about by Coptic groups, similar to the political Islamic groups that use religion to achieve their own political goals. The Coptic Church is under threat of destroying its leading role in national unity and Egyptian history.

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34. Trial in Alexandria

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34. Trial in Alexandria
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p. 1
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31-12-2006
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Nash’at Abul-Kheir
Mahm?d Salah’s trial in Alexandria
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The article discusses the trials of a Muslim man, Mahm?d Salah, who was charged with attacking Copts in churches.

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2. Dr. Isaac Fanus remembering Dr. Otto Meinardus

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2. Dr. Isaac Fānūs remembering Dr. Otto Meinardus
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30-01-2007
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Cornelis Hulsman
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Dr. Isaac Fānūs freely spoke his mind about the issues he found important. Dr. Fānūs was critical about ecclesiastical institutions and leadership, including those in his own Coptic Orthodox Church. In this interview religions are described as societal entities that humans have created and manipulated for their own interests. God, on the other hand, is characterized by love and compassion and stands apart from those institutions. Father Dr. John Watson and Dr. Amīn Makram ‘Ubayd wrote short introductions to this interview.

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30. Isaac Fanous (1919 - 2007) - A singular artist

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30. Isaac Fanous (1919 - 2007) - A singular artist
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p. 4
Date of source: 
21-01-2007
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Wajdi Habashi
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The article discusses Isaac Fanous’ contributions to Christian art and iconography.

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29. Women and Copts…between citizenship and democracy

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29. Women and Copts…between citizenship and democracy
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p. 6
Date of source: 
11-01-2007
Author: 
Amir Habib
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In media it is now usual to criticize the racial discrimination culture and to suggest solutions by sympathizing with women by calling them “half of the society” and with Copts who are called “the other part of the nation tissue” without realizing that these names emphasize separation and division.

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24. Merry Christmas!

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24. Merry Christmas!
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07-01-2007
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Shaymā´ al-Shāmī
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The Egyptian press has widely covered Christmas celebrations held by the Coptic Orthodox Church and presided over by Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.

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