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[Also on Al-Akhbar, September 23, 2000. Author not mentioned] Maha Abdel Fatah wrote on September 20 about the concerns of the priest of the Hanging Church. He had the right to complain about the bad situation of the church but it is the duty of the Minister to do something about it. He, however,...
The reactions to the contradictory stands of the priest of the Hanging Church continue. While he was inciting public opinion, the committee for the restoration affirmed that the restoration was correct. He asked some archaeologists to join the fifth column and criticize the project, but...
A recent article issued by a cultural magazine made Father Morqos Aziz Khalil, priest of the Hanging Church sent a protest to the Supreme Council for Journalism, because, he said, the article attacked Christians and Christianity in a very offensive and humiliating way.
Does Christianity despise women? Does it see her as a second-class person and a dirty creature that does not have the rights of men? Many of the beliefs concerning women that are thought to be religious are actually a result of the effect of society and its habits and rituals. Christian women...
Watani comments on the recent visit of Ibrahim Suleiman, the Minister for Housing, General Mustafa Abdel-Qader, the Minister for Local Development, and General Ahmed Abdel-Aziz Bakr, the Governor of Sohag, to Al-Kosheh.
Mustafa Abdel-Qader, Minister for Local Development voiced in this interview the same opinion as in Al-Ahram. "A solution for the problems in Al-Kosheh depends on the political dimension, development and respect for the law." The interview concerned development in general and included Al-Kosheh....
At a press conference in Al-Kosheh Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim Suleiman, Minister for Housing, and General Mustafa Abdel-Qader, Minister for Local Development and General Ahmed Bakr, Governor of Sohag, and other dignitaries talked about the government development of Al-Kosheh village as a model village...
Talking about the emigrant Copts is a very difficult subject because the newspapers have dealt with them from one point of view and they classified them with the extremists, and traitors against their country. They had also mentioned that they were agents [for foreign powers] and so on. The truth...
Counselor Maher Abdel-Wahed, the Attorney General, answers accusations from the Canadian Coptic Association charging the State Prosecution service of being biased against Copts in the wake of Father Gibra’il Abdel-Messih’s interrogation and subsequent release on bail of 1,000 LE (about US$ 300,-).
The General Prosecution renewed the detention of 55 accused in Al-Kosheh events. The investigations stated that the investigators have been investigating 39 injured, 17 officers and 124 witnesses. They have also investigated 110 complaints that were presented by 92 citizens. The prosecution ordered...

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