The head of the Evangelical Church in Egypt explains the conditions under which permission
for a second marriage can be given.
The following lines present reflections on Pope Shenouda’s recent decision that prohibits mobile
phones in monasteries.
The church has rejected Najīb Jibrā’īl’s call to stage sit-ins and organize demonstrations protesting about restricting Copts’ rights in Egypt. The author criticized the call and concerned people considered it sowing sedition.
A number of critics have commented on Yūsuf Zaydān’s controversial ‘Azāzīl and
highlighted the difference between artistic and historical arguments.
article deals with monasticism and answers whether or not a university degree is essential for joining monastic
The author discusses al-Jamā‘ah Islāmīyah’s opinion on the “Coptic Issue.”
The article sheds light on the significance of the human rights committees that have been established recently in the National Democratic Party to spread the culture of human rights.
The 2008 U.S International Religious Freedom Report
released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor in the U.S stole the limelight in the Egyptian press. Observers
criticized the report for being weak and a sign of the United States’ interference in other nations’ affairs while it has
committed serious violations of human rights of its own.
author comments on the subject of a syndicate for Coptic priests as well as on a collection of short stories entitled
’cAyb ihnā fī Kanīsah’ [Shame! We are in a church] by Robert al-Fāris.
The article presents different views around the issue of holding a psycho-
analytical test for people who want to become priests.