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Hānī Labīb writes on the arguments raised over the teaching document published by the Roman Catholic Church, in which it warned its five million worshippers that "parts of the Holy Bible are not actually true.”
Can the launching of two satellite channels by the Coptic Orthodox Church be in response to other Christian channels that promote sectarian sedition?
Political, intellectual and religious freedoms fall within the very territory of the National Council for Human Rights, and that is why there should be calls for more powers for this council.
Judge Tāriq al-Bishrī wrote a number of articles on the issue of Coptic-Muslim relations in different newspapers and magazines including: al-Usbouc, Afāq ‘Arabīya and Al-Ahrām al-‘Arabī. In my article, I will comment on some points that Judge al-Bishrī raised previously.
The construction of churches in Egypt is an issue that arises whenever the problems of the Copts are discussed. Since permission is now under the jurisdiction of the administrative provinces, the need arises for a unified set of regulations that applies to all places of worship.
In this article the author gives his own point of view about Christian fanaticism in Egypt. In the first half of the twentieth century, such fanaticism was reflected in two streams; a religious movement aiming to reform the church and another purely political one. In the second half of the...
The US Committee for International Religious Freedom arrived in Egypt to investigate about Copts in Egypt, after the court announced its decision in Al-Kosheh case. The author is of the opinion that the United States is using the religious and ethnic minorities as one of the main mechanisms to...
The West tries to imposing itself on the Third World. This is evident in analyzing the concept of globalization. The religious dimension of globalization has made the problem of foreign intervention and religious protection, including that of the Copts, an important issue.


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