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Angry protests by Coptic Christians demanding the return of 25-year-old Kāmilyā Shihāta Zākhir, the wife of Priest Tadāwus Sam‘ān, the pastor of Mar Girgis Church in Deir Mwās , al-Minya, fizzled out as state security handed her over to the Church.  
The article provides a list of articles on the reactions to the Sharm al-Sheikh attacks published in the Egyptian press.
In the beginning, the church had obtained a permission to build a service facility over a plot of 500 square meters it owned and surrounded with a mud brick wall. Part of the wall had fallen down due to several cracks and strong winds. The wall was not re-built due to rejection by the security...
Most of the Egyptian papers and magazines devoted full pages to congratulate Christians on Christmas. Christian and Muslim writers believe that January 7 is considered a vivid example of Egyptian national unity.
The review deals with the controversial statements made by Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria during an interview with an Egyptian satellite channel in which he warned that Copts will revolt if the state intervenes in support of Max Michel.
The review deals with the controversial issue of Max Michel, who defected from the official Coptic Orthodox Church and set up his own church proclaiming himself patriarch. He recently visited the United States.
The review tackles the controversial statements made by Brotherhood chief Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif that he was ready to send 10,000 men to fight alongside Ḥizb Allāh militants against Israel.
This press review summarizes responses from a wide variety of persons, including Coptic leaders, clergy, and congregants to the controversial Max Michel, also known as Archbishop Maximus I.
This review deals with the controversy still blazing over the split of clergyman Max Michel from the mother Coptic Orthodox Church, and his establishment of Qur’ān independent church and a holy synod for Copts in Egypt and the Middle East.
This press review deals with a controversial announcement made by Max Michel, a Christian who split from the Coptic Orthodox Church and set up a church in the Muqattam area and named himself Archbishop Maximus I, amidst an outcry from the Egyptian mother church and severe criticism.


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