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Dr. Muḥyī al-Dīn ʿAfīfī, rapporteur of the Religious Discourse Committee at the Egyptian Family House (EFH), and Hegumen Buṭrus Buṭrus, the assistant rapporteur, met with the members of the clergy and imams of Al-Azhar at the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center of the St. Mark Cathedral in al-...
In collaboration with the Anglican Diocese of Egypt, the Swedish Institute Alexandria held a round table discussion on “Reforming the religious discourse and its role in improving dialogue, tolerance and coexistence” with a view to tackling the importance of reforming the religious discourse and...
In his speech delivered at the ‘Love and Peace’ ceremony, al-Azhar professor of comparative jurisprudence, Dr. Shaykh Aḥmad Karīma, stressed that Egypt is the homeland for all its citizens, Muslims and Christians. Karīma reiterated that Egypt has long neglected the Coptic era in its school...
Two young men, Aḥmad Tāj, a Muslim, and Mīnā Wajīh, a Christian, launched an initiative on social media to teach Coptic language to Egyptian young people in different governorates.
Coptic Orthodox Bishop Mūsá of Youth, Head of the Tripartite Commission, spoke the recent attack on Saint Mark Cathedral, President Mursi, and Coptic political concerns. He called the fatwá of the Muslim Brotherhood's Muftī, 'Abd al-Rahmān al-Barr, concerning banning festive greetings to Copts for...
This report by Arab-West Report explains the context of the massive destruction of churches and Christian institutions in Egypt in August 2013.
Meinardus, the eminent scholar on Coptic church studies concludes that Mrs. S. Hasan, grand niece of the Egyptian statesman and Prime Minister Rushdi Pasha (1864- 1928), produced an extraordinary and remarkable book in seven chapters on the modern history, sociology, ecclesiology and political...
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Pope Shenouda is apt to crown his papal mandate with a real reform in the church. The church embodied in some of its clergymen is supporting laymen groups to fight the conference. Labīb reveals an example of a group from Alexandria.

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