The article discusses the potential origins of the conflict surrounding the monastery of Abu Fana.
Arab-West Report presented a text for Wikipedia on the background of Abu Fana.
Ahmad al-Sa‘dāwī reports on a conference that will be organized in Cairo soon, which will discuss Coptic grievances.
Pope Shenouda denied what al-Miṣrī al-Yawm published as his opinion regarding both the conversion of Muḥammad Ḥijāzī and the Coptic expatriates’ organization. Pope Shenouda declared his denial in a meeting in the United States with representatives of major Coptic and Christian organizations.
Two 13-year-old Christian kids were forced to sit an Islamic education exam at school after their father’s conversion
to Islam. Their mother filed a claim and complained to the civil status court.
The American Coptic Union, whose active members do not exceed ten in number, do not succeed in attracting others because Copts who get to know the organization later discover that it is an illusive entity.
US investigators have accused two former convicts of murdering four members of an American family of Egyptian Coptic descent in January in an armed robbery in Jersey City, United States.
The brutal murder of Husām Armanius and his family has attracted attention in the New York area and beyond.
On January 14, Armanius, his wife Amal Jaras, and their two young daughters, Sylvia, 15, and Monica, 8, were found bound and gagged in their Jersey City home, with their throats slit. There was no sign of forced entry, suggesting that the Armanius family had voluntarily let in their killer or killers.
An Egyptian family of four was found dead in their New Jersey home. The police found Husām Armāniyous, his wife, Amal Jirās, and their two daughters tied up and slaughtered, after Amal’s brother reported them missing. He had not been able to reach the family for two days.
The author records the establishment of the Coptic Church in countries of emigration.