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A tabloid recently published an article about a monastery, which went against all ethics, and religious, social, and professional values. The author says that the reporter did not verify his facts and led people to believe the man was still a monk. He feels the monastery should have announced that...
The State Security Attorney began interrogating Mamdouh Mahran, editor-in-chief of Al-Nabaa, who published pornographic photographs of Adel Sadallah Ghobrial, a former monk. They are also investigating a complaint filed by a lady who was blackmailed by him.
Christians came flooding to the cathedral following the publication of an article in Al-Nabaa newspaper. They were searching for a personal answer concerning the church’s response to what was written. The article was about an ousted monk and his sexual adventures in the monastery. The heated...
The Orthodox Church does not recognize the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists, Plymouth Brethren and Evangelists. It considers them as sects that have deviated from church references that are based on the Holy Bible, ecumenical councils, fathers’ sayings and church laws. Representatives of...
Father Basilius says Sout al-Umma has made claims about the monastery which are not true.
The article in Sout al-Umma dated May 9 is based on the response of the Monastery of Makarios to the RNSAW, 2001, week 08A, art. 26. The article states the Monastery sent the response to the RNSAW in English. This is not true. The Monastery responded in Arabic, the RNSAW translated this into...
The monastery of Saint Macarius, from which Fa’iq Zaka Bolous, the former monk, escaped, responded to his confessions, which were published in Sout Al-Umma. In their reply, they accused him of narcissism, autism and avoidance. They explained the monk’s confessions as a conspiracy to defame the...
The RNSAW asked the monastery if they would respond to Sout al-Umma. The RNSAW also asked about the plans of Fayek Boulos to publish his story in a book. Father Basilius responded: "Our policy is not to react or send any reply or comments to the Paper of Sout el-Umma. The 3 articles were not ideas...
Fa’iq Zakka Bolous found himself in a dilemma, after eleven years as a monk everybody is really angry with him. The monastery summoned him after he published his diary and asked him to stop and not to turn it into a book, but he refused. Lots of letters came in cursing, insulting and denouncing him...
The author of the articles on the story of the former monk said his articles were based on original interviews with the former monk and a book by him called "Confessions of an Egyptian monk." He added that the aim of publishing such a story was to find the truth, as the paper embraces neither the...

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