The author refers to the silent expansion of the alleged patriarch, Max Michel, through opening churches that he allegedly calls “altars”. Labīb questions who granted this patriarch the legitimacy to open these churches despite restrictions on church building. The author publishes a list of these churches, which are located in different places. Furthermore, Labīb states that Michel ordained a bishop to be responsible for Beni Suef and Upper Egypt. Labīb also refers to the new strategy adopted by Michel where he spreads throughout Egypt not through media and propaganda but through silent expansion. Labīb believes that Michel is a fickle phenomenon that loosely wears the cloak of religion in order to expand at any rate.