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Archpriest ‘Abd al-Masīh Basīt Abū al-Khayr responds to an article published in al-Dustūr on February 6, 2008 by Sharīf al-Dawākhilī.
Muhammad Barakāt reports on the close relationship between Pope Shenouda III and Bishop Bīshūy, which has aroused suspicions that the pope is grooming Bishop Bīshūy to succeed him.
Kamāl Zākhir Mūsá discusses the potentiality of Bishop Bīshūy being appointed as the coming patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, presenting some readings from biblical and liturgical teachings about the characteristics of a bishop.
Bishop Bīshūy’s declarations are irresponsible and the Pentecostal Church respects Bishop Bīshūy. The Coptic Orthodox Church, declared Mūrjān ‘Azīz Mūrjān, head of the Pentecostal Church.
The head of the Pentecostal Church in Egypt expresses his anger against Bishop Bīshūy, denouncing his stances and criticizing Pope Shenouda and his policy as the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The author refutes claims of some Copts that late President Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāṣir had discriminated against Copts through his nationalization movement.
Michael ‘Ādil reports on the statements of leading bishops in the Coptic Orthodox Holy Synod who warned priests of the consequences of committing mistakes in carrying out their priestly tasks, threatening them that they would be subject to firm church trials.
Bishop Bīshūy’s interview was greeted with strong protest. Religious and laymen figures refute what they consider to be a slanderous and distorted reality in the bishop’s declaration.
Copts have the right to express themselves and call for their rights to be activated in their homeland.
Bishop Bīshūy warned against dissidents, considering their violations of the church’s teaching to be a rebellion against God.


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