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“Hunger has no religion” is the motto of those who offer the charity table, or mā`idat al-rahmān, in Egypt, for iftār during the fasting month of Ramadan for the poor and needy among Muslims who are unable to provide for themselves and for their families. The Egyptian society is familiar with these...
Shaykh Mazhar Shahīn, member of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, said on the website of Sawt al-Ūmmah (the Voice of the Nation) commenting on the Ministry of Interior's disclosure of a terrorist plot against one of the churches of Alexandria, “I commend police officers for detecting such...
It is not surprising that the terror attacks on Christian families in the town of Al-`Arīsh raise so much anger among the people and evoke all this sympathy and solidarity with the victims of sectarian violence. The situation is serious, as terrorism does not attempt to intimidate Christian...
Priests and Imams, representing Al-Azhar and Egypt's three major Churches, launched their initiative “together for Egypt's progress” by visiting hospitals in the Upper-Egyptian governorate of Minya.
Pastor of the Nasr City Coptic Evangelical Church, Fr. `Ezzat Shāker, is to hold the annual charitable Īftār on June 6 on the occasion of the Muslim fasting Ramadan, which is expected to start on May 26 this year.
A large number of activists and representatives of political movements on Thursday (January 19), started a march demanding the release of blogger Michael Nabīl, chanting slogans rejecting that civilians be brought before military courts. Nabīl's father, who participated in the march that started...
In efforts to promote national unity and societal cohesion among the residents of the Awlād Elias village, in the Upper-Egyptian governorate of Assiūt, the Coptic journalist, Samuel al-`Ashāi, deputy chief editor of al-Bashāyer newspaper, submitted a memorandum to the Minister of Endowments, Dr....
Islamist groups experts confirmed that the claims and threats of elements affiliated to Dā`esh of targeting Christians in Egypt, has reinforced cohesion of the entire society.
Safwat Seifin Labīb, alias Safwat al-Battātī, is a Coptic poet. Born in Qena in the early 1960s, al-Battātī, brought together Muslims and Copts into one fabric.
Heading the delegation of United Arab Emirates, Dr. Amal Al- Qūbaysī, president of the Emirates Federal Council, was welcomed by Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark at the Coptic Orthodox headquarters in Egypt.

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