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Victor Salama writes a report on the sectarian attacks in al-‘Udaysāt, Luxor, resulting in the deaths of two Christians.
The author reports that Copts are celebrating Holy Epiphany, the baptism of Jesus.
Father Filopātīr was punished by the church after he published an article in which he criticized the president and the ruling party.
The author discusses translations, known as interpretation of the Qur’ān into Hebrew, arguing that such texts have been corrupted.
Kamāl Zākhir Mousa stresses the need for reform within the Egyptian Orthodox Church, which, according to him, has started to take a more political rather than spiritual approach towards many issues related to the Egyptian Coptic community.
After a round of loud applause following his Wednesday sermon at the Cathedral, Pope Shenouda burst into tears remembering the tragic events of Alexandria.
In their bid to justify their political isolation, the Copts have resorted to religion to find some consolation and to convince themselves that their approach towards public matters is justifiable.
Jirjis Hilmī ‘Āzir discusses the thorny issue of Egyptian Christians converting to Islam.
A discussion of the difficulties for Copts wishing to divorce their spouses.
A tribute to Prof. Meinardus, eminent Coptologist, on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Sadly Prof. Meinardus died a few days before his birthday.


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