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Tomorrow, the activities of the exhibition "Wāḥid Tūt" (1st day of the month of Thout in the Coptic year) will be held at Miṣr Public Library, al-Zāwīyah branch, organized by the Egyptian Heritage Preservation association, headed by Mājid al-Rāhib . The ceremony will be opened by Dr. Muḥammad ʿAbd...
Every year, on September 11/12, the Coptic Orthodox Church celebrates the Coptic new year beginning , also called the Nayrūz, according to the agricultural calendar of Ancient Egypt. 
The new Coptic year starts on September 11, 2004. The Coptic calendar is based on the Egyptian calendar, which is still used and memorized by Egyptian farmers.
This article explains that the Coptic New Year Day [‘īd al-Nayrūz] is a feast that all Egyptians should celebrate.
The author traces the history of the town of Ansīna, in the governate of Minia, a former centre of Christian persecution.
Judge, Fārouq ‘Abd al-Qādir, asserted that there is no legal obligation on the prime minister to make Coptic new year a fully-paid official holiday.
On the occasion of the Coptic New Year’s Day, the Christian Church of Egypt gave a presentation in the auditorium of UNESCO, Paris, under the title of Le Nil Eternel (The Eternal Nile).
Al-Akhbar and Al-Ahram paid special attention to Coptic New Year’s Day. The articles published in both papers touched upon how the Coptic calendar began, how it relates to the Pharaonic calendar and the story of Emperor Diocletian, during whose rule many Christians were put to death.
Dr. Rodolph Yanney, president of the Society of Coptic Church Studies and founder and editor of Coptic Church Review in 1980, gave the RNSAW permission to bring his articles in the Copts Digest and the Coptic Daily Digest, published in 1999, together in one report describing the factors leading to...
In this article, the writer points out that the Coptic new year’s day is an Egyptian feast and not only a Christian one.
The author claims that Christians have more holidays than Muslims and thus the author opposes the request of a Coptic priest to recognize the Coptic new year as an official holiday.
Tomorrow, the Egyptian Church celebrates the beginning of the new Coptic year - the year 1716 of the Martyrs which is known as the feast of Nairouz. Prayers will begin in churches today in the evening and will continue until tomorrow morning.
When we are celebrating Coptic New Year’s Day, we remember thousands of martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the love of the Lord. We are wondering what the reasons were that forced them to bear these pains in order to learn from them.
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