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Jamāl As‘ad writes about the Muslim and Christian situation toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Max Michel argues that chastity is not a biblical or theological condition for choosing the patriarch.
Majdī Najīb Wahbah replies to Jamāl As‘ad’s criticisms of Bishop Thomas and As‘ad’s accusations of Bishop Thomas being a Zionist agent.
The author discusses the ideas of Kamāl Zākhir involving the political function and candidacy of the pope, as well as the need for a pope’s deputy and his calls for Copts to stop comparing national and religious belonging.
Hānī Samīr talks about "monasticism and the future", which is the theme of the fourth conference of the Coptic Laymen, to be held early next year.
Zākhir explains why he wants to sue Bishop Bīshūy, the general secretary of the Coptic Orthodox Holy Synod.
Zākhir’s lawsuit filed against Bishop Bīshūy shocked the church. Zākhir has attributed Bishop Bīshūy’s absolute authority in the church to Pope Shenouda’s absolute confidence in him. He also highlighted the bishop’s inefficiency in managing the church’s legal affairs.
The author tackles the spread of fanatic dialogue between the different Christian creeds and within the Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt.
Qandīl attacks Bishop Bīshūy, general secretary of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church and accuses him of abusing his position as a clergyman to gain power and judge the faith of people.
Zākhir details the personal relationship between Pope Shenouda III and Bishop Bishūy; a relationship that dates back to the time of the bishop’s uncle who was Shenouda’s friend. He also reveals his intention to bring Bishop Bishūy to court for offending him in public and mentions different...


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