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The Alexandria Film Festival is reflecting suppressed anger of many Copts in reaction to art works that pictured them and their affairs. They were outraged by works that covered their relations with their Muslim counterparts, like the “Awān al-Ward” series, reflecting how they placed paramount...
Translator: The Christian Film Festival generated diverse reactions. Some fear it turning into a political rally, especially that it is showing Church production outside the Church premises.
Does Egypt need a Christian film festival? The answer is no! The “Call of the Bells Association is organizing a festival for all the films produced inside the Church. Most of them include theological teachings and lack artistic attraction, unlike a piece of art like the “passion of the Christ”...
Bishop Marqus, Bishop of Shubrā al-Khayma diocese, said the Egyptian church has decided to launch a Christian satellite channel to express the views of the Orthodox Church.
After the recent arguments about the conditions of the Copts in Egypt, the Alexandria Christian Film Festival will begin as a means of creating balance in the society…. Jamcīya Nidā’ al-Ajrās lil Iclām wa al-Thaqāfa wa al-Tanmiya [church bells’ call association for media, culture, and development...
The author claims of giving a firsthand look at “the persecuted church in Egypt.” He approaches some of Egypt´s evangelical Christians who claim that they are under siege by militant Muslims.
The idea of politicizing children´s toys and attaching religious meanings to them is one of the ideas that are in use and widespread on the global level. Iran produced the Sarah doll as a solution to stop the circulation of the Barbie doll, which is seen as a kind of cultural invasion. Now the...
Some people look for the Cross and the Star of David in everything around them. This is a kind of phobia that can be called signphobia. Regardless of the concepts material things come to symbolize, the absolute material thing is prior to the symbol it comes to refer to.
In Fathī Ghānim’s famous novel Bint Min Shubrā [A girl from Shubrā], a Muslim man, Karīm Safwān, says, "Shubrā can never be Shubrā without Sainte Teresa." Asked by the Christian woman Maria Sandro whether he knows Saint Teresa, Safwān replies that: "My mother told me that her brother Bassyounī goes...
Dr. Ahmad Sokarno ‘Abd al-Hāfiz argues that relations between Egyptians, Muslim or Christians, are best abroad, where all the causes of tension do not exist.

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