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In a previous issue we have published the complete story of the banishment of Archpriest Bulis Aweida from the seven-story St. Marina Church in Shubra. The congregation then resorted to clerics in order to have the priest back to the church. We were not in fact supporting any side against the...
Father Bulis Eweida was removed from his congregation in the Shubra al-Kheima diocese. Church members could not reach the pope or his secretariat, and before that Bishop Marcos of Shubra al-Kheima and his secretariat, so they resorted to human rights societies and newspaper ads so that they would...
The Coptic Orthodox Church defrocked Father Yu’annis Zakī Sidrāk after a number of Copts lodged complaints that he had collected money from them for personal business.
A great unfairness is being done towards Christ nowadays, as He has been wronged by both Matta al-Maskīn and His Holiness Pope Shenouda.
I assumed that the issue of Wafā’ Costantine was closed. However, I am forced to write again after what some papers (such as “Watanī”) published and their propagation of division and racism.
The defense of the editor-in-chief of Al-Nabaa quoted Bishop Marqos of Shoubra El-Kheima who said that expelled monks get a chance to repent and return to the monastery. Lawyers for the church objected to this quote and had a loud argument with the defense in the courtroom.
No lawyer wants to defend the expelled monk Barsoum Al-Moharraqi, whose trial will begin soon. One of the expelled monk’s relatives contacted a Coptic lawyer to defend him. But the lawyer said that his agreement depends on the agreement of Pope Shenouda.
The Christian managing editor of Al-Nabaa said that he was shocked when he knew that the paper’s editor-in -chief published the story of the expelled monk. He added that he objected to the publication, believing that it would harm religious feelings but the publication was already decided. He said...
In 1960, the Mossad recruited an expelled monk to damage the relationship between the Coptic Church and the then president of Egypt. When the matter was became known, it shook all religious and political circles. However, it did no harm to the Egyptian Church.
During the State Security Prosecution’s investigation with the Editor-in Chief of Al-Nabaa, he said he thought he was exposing corruption in a sensitive religious place, which means playing a patriotic role and that when he published anything he took into consideration the basic principles of...

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