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The article is an interview with Pope Shenouda III. He comments on many issues including the alleged patriarch Habil Said, the phenomenon of religious stickers, Jews’ occupation of Arab lands and the Iraqi crisis.
Today, a harsh delusory media campaign would be mounted against France due to the law banning the donning of explicit religious symbols. We might as well take France’s ’lead and put our house in order by going after the countless issues we tend to shelf or place ’on hold’, leaving them...
The Anglican Church has assumed a prominent role with its ownership of the biggest publishing houses in the Middle East such as the Evangelical Culture House [Kees, this is the exact translation] and Logos Publishing House in Egypt, and Al Manār Publishing House in Beirut.
The phenomenon of giving religious names increases during times of crises, which consequently increases the sectarian gap between Egyptians.
The article provides an overview of the a new a magazine titled “Rakoti” released by the Mari Mina Center for Coptic Studies. Rakoti is a Coptic name of a small ancient Egyptian village.
The author comments on the phenomenon of religious stickers on vehicles. The Christian “fish” vs. the Muslim “shark” has spiraled into a clash of symbols. The matter has become more than simply announcing a religious identity. It has become a matter with political and social connotations. This...
The author expressed his refusal of the request some Congress members will submit to the Egyptian government asking for the assignment of one of the Egyptian national newspapers to speak for the Copts. He believes that this is an attempt by the enemies of Egypt to create troubles between Copts and...
An Arab is anyone who speaks Arabic as his first language. This definition places Islam as a part of the Arab culture but it is not the definitive factor in determining who is an Arab. Building on this definition, Christian Arabs have played the premier role in forming the Arab national idea...
The author believes that Egyptians should know about each other’s beliefs and have mutual respect for each other and that freedom of belief is more important than freedom of speech. He believes that there should be a plan to resolve problems rather than the constant fire fighting that occurs now.
This is the text of a lecture delivered in London by the general administrator of the Latin Catholic Church in Jerusalem, Father William Shomali, representing Latin Catholic Patriarch Michel Sabah of Jerusalem, during the investiture of the Knights and Ladies of the Holy Sepulcher of England and...

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