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The Church confirms its refusal to authorize second marriage for divorced Copts, in spite of a ruling in the Supreme Administrative Court obliging the church to allow remarriage. Pope Shenouda stated that nothing on Earth can force the church to violate its doctrine or Biblical teachings. Legal...
Sectarian clashes erupted in Marsá Matrūh when Copts built a fence that violated restrictions.
12-13 people were detained under alleged charges of Evangelization. Al-Misrī al-Yawm was the only newspaper to report today on the release of the detained.
Earlier this month news was reported about the Blessed Virgin Mary apparition over a church in al-Warrāq in Giza. The apparition has created huge controversy in Egypt, especially as it was reportedly followed by other successive apparitions in different places in Cairo. Muslims and Christians...
The Marian apparitions reported in different places in Cairo and Giza seems to have reopened old wounds between the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Evangelical Church. While Pope Shenouda III expressed his contentment at the apparitions as a blessing; Evangelical church leaders seemed to doubt the...
Al-Qardāwī says he is not against Christians celebrating their holidays, but against Muslims exaggerating Christmas celebrations.
After apologizing for Muhammad ‘Imārah’s offensive book against Christianity, the Islamic Academy Research is considering republishing the book.
Islamic scholars and religious leaders assert that the niqāb is not an Islamic religious duty. Dr. Ma’mūn al-Basyūnī criticizes the exaggerated superficial religiosity in Egypt and the increasing sexism in society.
Dayrūt is threatened by the peril of sectarianism. People from the Upper Egyptian village appear to have a bad track record with the security forces and Islamist attacks. A considerable number of people from the village believe that the church is hiding Romānī, the young Coptic man who distributed...
Al-Ahrār resumes its coverage of Mansūr Abū Shāfi‘ī’s research on Sayyid al-Qimnī’s writings on God, Prophet Muhammad and the Qur’ān.

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