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Bishop Bīshūy aims to excommunicate Coptic intellectual Kamāl Zākhir, accusing him of being against the church. Bishop Bīshūy calls on Copts to boycott the expected conference about the laymen’s view of the church’s problems.
The author of the article criticizes a proposed conference on reform, accusing it of deviating from its original purpose of proposing practical solutions for church reform to settling old scores with the so-called "promoters of wrong ideas" within the church.
The article explains to Bishop Bīshūy that the doors of heaven are open only to those who are kindhearted, and advises him to follow the steps of Father Mattá al- Maskīn.
The author asserts that Bishop Bīshūy has been working effectively to try and remove Kamāl Zākhir Mūsá, writer and thinker, from the Coptic Orthodox church.
This article presumes that Bishop Bīshūy’s aggressive attitude is due to the oppression that he was previously subject to.
This letter to the editor says how Bishop Bīshūy is largely viewed amongst Christians as an arrogant, self-assertive person.
The author addressed a letter to Bishop Bīshuy to inform him that Christian people are angry about the statements issued by church’s officials in newspapers and magazines.
This article analyzes an article that was published in the Karāza Magazine and asserts that people must be tried before being charged.
After a phase of depression Pope Shenouda fell and broke his “hand” [Reviewer: the Arabic word used is “hand,” but the saying, “break one’s hand” in Arabic can refer to any part of the arm or the hand.]. He will resume his usual duties though, amidst calls for a minor holy assembly to govern...
Some critique on Metropolitan Bīshūy goes much too far. Growing interest in AWR work and presenting the Electronic Documentation Center. Practices to escape the rule of law in Egypt


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