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Marking the day of martyrdom of people of Damietta and the crushing defeat of the Crusaders in 1125 AD, Damietta chose May 8 to be its national day.  Streets are decorated and flags are raised in the alleys.
TV show “Lasaʿāt” hosted Dr. Rev Augustine (Ughasṭīnyūs) Maurice, pastor of the The Holy Family Church in al-Zaytūn to present his book A Historical View of the Coptic Catholic Community in Egypt (rū’ya tārīkhiyya li-ṭā’ifat al-aqbāṭ al-kāthūlīk fī miṣr).
Perhaps the main reason for the fall of the Ayyubid state was the internal turmoil and the collapse of the economy within Egypt in the late days of King al-Ṣāliḥ Nijm al-Dīn Ayūb. Moreover, the arrival of the seventh French campaign in Egypt in late 1249 AD. 
For the first time ever, a book discusses about the contributions of Christians to Arab culture. Why does the government ignore the Coptic age and the Christian contributions to the development of the culture?
Egypt deletes Salah al-Din and Uqba ibn Nafi from the curriculum The Egyptian ministry of education decided to delete paragraphs about Salah al-Din and Uqba ibn Nafi from the curriculum since they allegedly promoted violence and extremism among the people, since their popularity among Muslims is...
A description of a visit to the Convent of St. Dimyānah on the Occasion of the festival of Saint Dimyānah whereby Metropolitan Bīshūy provided the delegation with a detailed explanation of Coptic traditions related to the convent. Dr. Picard noted differences between the way Metropolitan Bīshūy and...
Nājih Sam‘ān, the author, presents a brief study on the historical and geographical background of Catholicism in Egypt.
The author records the days of the crusades.
The author analyses the city of Cairo’s progress throughout history, in its expansion, population congestions, and how they relate with each other in creating a densely overpopulated and congested city. He further questions how accurate it is to blame these conditions on Bedounization.
Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyib, the president of the Azhar University, blames the eruption of conflict in many parts of the world and the development of the crusades as holy wars on the Catholic Church’s reading of the Holy Bible.

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