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Michael Munīr, who was born in al-Minyā in 1968, emigrated to the US in 1990, chooses his words carefully and loves exaggerative statements. His statements give the impression that Egypt is ruled by a gang that slaughters, kidnaps, and steals from Copts. His statements also imply that Egypt needs...
The remains of Mark the Apostle remained in the hands of Egyptian Christians since his martyrdom in his church in Bolka [Alexandria] in 68 AD. The body remained there during the Byzantine rule. During the period of Pope Kyrillos VI, Pope Paul VI agreed to Pope Kyrillos’s demand to return the body...
The article gives an overview of the patriotic role Copts played throughout the history of Egypt. It also speaks about Christianity in Egypt and how it stood against atheist movements and laid the foundations of true Christianity for the Christian world.
Coptic writer Sadeq Aziz expressed the opinion that the Islamic Shari’a does not contradict Christianity and that most of what it contains agrees with Moses’ law. He added that Christianity does not have any positive laws and that the teachings of Jesus Christ cannot be applied as laws governing a...
Both Christians and Muslims ought to be proud of the Coptic history of Egypt and of the unique role of the Coptic Church on both national and spiritual levels. The reason for such pride is that it represents a link in the chain of Egyptian history. The author expressed the opinion that nations do...
The writer expressed his displeasure about the fact that the Pope of the Vatican, on his visit to Damascus, ignored apologizing to the Muslims about the terrible things the Crusaders did to them. What makes the matter worse is that he apologized to the Orthodox [Christians]in Athens one day before...
This prominent Coptic author tells the US commission good-bye. Muslim-Christian issues are discussed in Egypt and don’t need their interference.
This article gives an overall view of the history of Egypt, concentrating on the contribution of the Copts to the political and public life of Egyptian society, which varied depending on the type of government in power at each period.
Although Christianity did not emerge from Egypt, Egypt was the nation that carried its message. Has Europe understood that lately? The recommendations of the Second Vatican Council called for the third time for dialogue between Muslims and Christians.
In view of the positive spirit of discussions between Christians and Muslims in recent weeks in the area of education syllabuses, the writer complains about the recent screening of a film about the Emperor Constantine, and the unsubstantiated negative comments made by an invited professor after...

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