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Pope Shenouda has demanded that the World Council of Churches recognizes the views of the Orthodox Church, because of its large following. The council´s activities are currently controlled by Protestant churches.
The 9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches has convened in Porto Alegre, Brazil, to discuss some key issues among which were the Muslim-Christian relations in the Middle East.
Pope Shenouda III said that the World Council of Churches is supporting the Egyptian church’s endeavors to give an impetus to Muslim-Christian cooperation.
Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria is chairing a meeting of the World Council of Churches held in Brazil accompanied by a delegation of senior clergymen from the Egyptian Orthodox Church.
In 1951, while he was still a deacon, Pope Shenouda III wrote an article in Madāris al-Ahad [Sunday School] magazine expressing his stance against joining the World Council of Churches (WCC).
The World Council of Churches that is comprised of Orthodox and Protestant churches advised its members to seriously consider not investing in companies that help the Israeli government in the occupied territories of Palestine. It is well known that the American Protestant Church has already taken...
Al-Usbua of November 5 claimed Dr. Tareq Mitri and father Khalid Akasheh rejected describing Islam as a heavenly religion in the final session of a Muslim-Christian conference. Dr. Mitri wrote the RNSAW and denied he said this. Dr. Muhammad Selim Al-Awa supports Dr. Mitri and praises him for his...
The World Council of Churches demanded a boycott on the products of the Israeli Kibbutzim. The council believes that there is an urgent need to take action concerning supporting the Palestinian people.
The writer believes that human rights, part of which is religious freedom, cannot be achieved by investigating or writing reports. Human rights does not mean distributing humanitarian aid. She wonders why, if the US Commission on International Religious Freedom is concerned with the conditions of...
Michael Meunier, president of US Copts Association, was upset about the statements Al-Ahram, January 31, attributed to bishop Yo’annis, secretary of H.H. Pope Shenouda, in which he supposedly criticized the World Council of Churches which was seen as a response to a statement of the World Council...

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