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The author writes about the planned new church and social service center on land belonging to the Bishopric. The building was denied by authorities after a long delay and the land was usurped by a previous owner. The people of Mit-Namā still wait for approval to build their much needed church.
The New Urban Communities Authority and the Matrouh governorate have been disputing a piece of church land where a road was paved for quite some time. Finally the land has been allocated to the church.
The book One Nation; One People, was compiled and written byAl-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies in 1982. The book provides a scientific analysis of the question of national unity in Egypt.
Clergymen and governors of the different Egyptian governorates discuss inter-religious cordial relations.
Samīr Murqus writes about the danger facing religious diversity in Egypt. He explained that building churches in Egypt is a sign of Egyptian religious and cultural diversity.
The Washington Post newspaper published a statement directed from the Copts of Egypt to emigrant Copts. The statement stressed that Copts in Egypt are enjoying a good life and that the last three years witnessed the exertion of great efforts, on the part of the Egyptian government, to solve...
The article tackles the long-running problem of constructing churches in Egypt.
Between October 10, 1998 and October 2002 80 permits had been given for restauration, 9 for renovation and 3 for completely rebuilding a church (tearing it to the ground and rebuilding it again). Six more permits have been requested and are now being processed.
Some Egyptians believe that there are sufficient churches in Egypt, while others think that there should be more churches, arguing that there are some villages with a Coptic majority and not even a single church.
Adopting President Mubārak’s decree on church-making decisions, governor of Asyout, Ahmad Hammām has set up two archives for church renovation requests.

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