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The author expressed his surprise at the fact that when Copts felt insulted because of what Al-Nabaa published, they went to the Cathedral and not to the People’s Assembly or the Supreme Press Council. He believes that neither the Cathedral nor the Azhar are places where Egyptians should go to...
The lawyers who first attacked Al- Nabaa have now changed places and started fabricating reasons to justify the publication of such indecent pictures on the premise that publishing them was quite helpful to the church. Some Coptic lawyers found it a good opportunity to get closer when speaking on...
Egyptians exercise extreme patience when their rights are usurped or when they fall under oppression. However, if matters are related to their faith, they will fiercely protect their resort of last refuge. That was why the fury of the young Coptic men and women who gathered was so fierce. They did...
Fahmi Howeidi believes that anger ruined the right way of handling the case of the expelled monk. Instead of regarding it as an attempt to attack the public system, violating the traditions of the journalism profession, it was regarded as a matter concerning only Copts. The angry people did not...
Thousands of outraged Copts converged on St Mark’s Cathedral to express their anger to Pope Shenouda and ask for decisive measures against the newspaper. Watani talked to the Pope and Church leaders; and conveyed readers’ questions about the truth of the story. The shocked public demanded that the...
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.
The author believes that this crisis was engineered as a way for outside bodies to become involved in Egypt’s internal affairs. He questions the aims behind publishing the article and the timing. He claims it was not an attack on Copts but on the whole of Egypt and national unity.
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...
More than 200 Copts from Assiut gathered inside the Cathedral in Abbasiya last Monday to announce to the Pope their objection to separating a part of the bishopric of Manfalout headed by Bishop Antounious.

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