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More than 10,000 Muslims and Christians attended the ?National Conference to Support the Palestinians? that was held in the St. Mark Cathedral upon the call of Pope Shenouda. The conference was an expression of Egyptians? objection to the Israeli practices against the Palestinians. Pope Shenouda...
Copts recently celebrated the thirty-fifth anniversary of Pope Shenouda’s consecration as patriarch of the See of St. Mark.
Al-Ahram congratulated the pope with his prize. al-Sharq al-Awsat mentioned that the pope demonstrated his displeasure with the objection of some Israeli diplomats to him receiving this award, his refusal of normalizing relations with Israel and his ban on Egyptian Copts to visit Jerusalem. al...
The Egyptian press exposed religious authorities’ and intellectuals’ points of view regarding the violent confrontations between the Palestinians and the Israeli forces; in his interview with al-Musawwar, the Shaykh of the Azhar condemned the Israeli trespassing of al-Aqsá mosque....
In an interview aired on Radio London, Pope Shenouda freely expressed both his personal and the Church’s official position on what the future of Jerusalem should be. Sout al-Azhar published Pope Shenouda’s responses to the interviewer’s questions. In a two-page story, Rajab al-Banna of October...
Bishop Bula asserted in the national unity Suhūr that the United States uses Bishop Maximus to create sectarian strife in response to the Church’s stands against the normalization with Israel and to Pope Shenouda’s refusal to visit Jerusalem.
The author of the article slams the 2006 International Religious Freedom Report, released by the U.S. Department of State, for allegedly interfering in Egypt’s internal affairs and criticizing Pope Shenouda III for banning Copts’ travel to Jerusalem.
This article contains the reply of Pope Shenouda to a demand by Wasiem Roushdi Al-Seici that the pope erase the verses of the Torah that attack Egypt.
The writer examines the different challenges in electing a successor for Pope Shenouda III of Egypt.
The author comments on Youssef Sidhom’s editorial in "Watani" titled "Why did Egyptian Students demonstrate?" He believes that the ideas Sidhom expressed are strange ideas outside the bounds of the Egyptian Orthodox-church, as they do not support the Palestinian struggle against Israel. He also...

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