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A plea for abolishing Christian engagements.
Some claim that the customs of mausoleums and ’Mulids’ (an Egyptian custom of celebrating the birthday or death day of a deceased religious figure in Egypt) go back to the days of the Fatimid Empire. However, the truth is that these innovations go back to the days of the ancient Egyptians.
The author objects the decision (mentioned in a previous issue of the RNSAW) of not praying for a priest who passed away because that is not in line with the church-law.
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