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A Copt in Sohag has given an example of national unity.
The Abū Harība Mosque, which decorates the 50 EGP banknote, is at the edge of becoming a garbage dump and public toilet!
Saʿīd Ḥasāsīn, member of the House of Representatives, described Copts’ accompaniment of Muslims during the opening of a mosque in the city of al-Zaqāzīq and their contribution of five million EGP as an historic event.
The Coptic Street [community] witnessed several events during the past week… We follow the most prominent of them in the proceeding article. 
That beautiful mosque no longer exists in Abu Dhabi. Its name has changed from The Mosque of Muḥammad Bin Zāyid to The Mosque of the Virgin Mary or the Mother of Jesus. 
The author writes that when she heard that a three-story building in ‘Umrāniyyah had been converted into a mosque, she asked her newspaper editor if he would confirm this, which he did by sending a reporter there. She comments on the strange timing and speed of converting this unfinished building...
Building a zāwiyah in front of a church formed the starting point of what the author refers to as fitnah in ‘Ayn Shams after historical friendly Muslim-Christian relations. 
A Coptic engineer submits a proposal for constructing a mosque in Banī Suwayf
A priest has called on a governor to initiate renovations of his town’s grand mosque.
Many Muslims and Christians enter each other’s places of worship in order to condole friends over the death of relatives or to congratulate them on the occasions of weddings. The author states that the proximity between churches and mosques has no bearing on sectarian tensions.


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