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  Egyptian media articles released this morning tackled many issues, some of which are reviewed below:
Following what was written about the assassination of Bishop Epiphanius, the abbot of the St. Makarius Monastery on one hand, and what is happening in the corridors of that monastery on the other, some important remarks can be made, although there are to now no official information disclosed: 
Egyptian journalist Mufīd Fawzī said that the Egyptian Church is going through the most critical time in its history after the killing of the abbot of the monastery Abu Maqār, pointing out that Egypt has been exposed to too many blows for its national unity, but it could overcome all these attempts...
The killing of ʿImād Kamāl and his son in Minya a few days ago still overshadows the scene, leading to a reverberation of the celebrations of this year’s Christmas. 
For two hours, the Egyptian TV Channel TEN, aired on Wednesday the interview Pope Tawāḍrūs II gave to media anchor ʿAmrū ʿAbd al-Ḥamīd during his program al-Raʾyu al-ʿĀm (the public opinion).
Coptic Sources stated that the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church is witnessing a state of division.
In a statement to the press, Pope Tawāḍurūs II, pope and patriarch of Alexandria of Egypt, said that the Church considers the killing of the Abbot of the Anba Maqār Monastery ‘a criminal offense’ which has been properly investigated by the relevant and competent legal authorities. “More than 400...
 Nārīmān Fawzī begins this article by recalling a horrific scene that took place inside a monastary in Egypt. On July 29, an unprecedented and heinous murder occurred in the St. Makarius the Great Monastery or best known as Deir Anba Maqār in al-Bihīra. Here, the local abbot, Bishop Epiphaniyūs,...
In his column this week, the journalist and writer ʿImād al-Dīn Ḥusayn tackles the reformation path of the Coptic Orthodox Church under the ministry of Pope Tawāḍrūs II: The aftermath of Bishop Epiphaniyūs’ murder, the abbot of The Monastery of Saint Makarius in Wādī al-Naṭrūn, many people believe...
The Egyptian Church decided not to accept any new monks in monasteries and churches for one year, after the killing of Bishop Ipiphāniyūs (Epiphanius), Abbot of the Abu Maqār Monastery (Saint Makarius the Great) days ago.

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