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The number of Christian publishing houses, participating in the Cairo International Book Fair 2020, has reached over ten and includes the Bible Society, Evangelical Culture Publishing House, Logos Publishing House, Episcopal Publishing, St. Mark’s Magazine, which is a part of the Monastery of St....
The Islamic Research Academy has started publishing its series on the Islamic sciences on its official website through the al-Azhar portal in order to make its contents accessible to the reader in Egypt and abroad and achieve more effective cultural communication between al-Azhar and people from...
Recently, books published in the Western publishing market have shown great interest in religious matters, whether for Islam, Christianity or Judaism.
The Arab Publishers Association announced its solidarity and support for writer Kamila Shamsie, who was recently awarded the Nelly Sachs prize from Germany.  Shamsie, who is British with Pakistani roots, was awarded the reward for her novels, which “building bridges between societies.”  However,...
Egyptian poet and journalist, Farūq Juwaydah, writes this week: The Egyptian press is undergoing a hard time. It has a diminishing role and continues to lose its way. The questions that need answers are, therefore: What is the future of the Egyptian press in the years to come? How will the many...
Fr. Būlus Ḥalīm congratulated al-Bawāba Newspaper on the anniversary of the page dubbed Bi-l-Nās Al-Masarra” (And on earth peace among men, Luke 2:14)
The Beirut Arab University launched the Second Egyptian-Lebanese Cultural Forum entitled "Culture in the Arab World from Disintegration to Reconstruction" in cooperation with al-Ahrām Foundation and the Egyptian Lebanese Businessmen Friendship Association. The three-day forum launched last...
A huge fire broke out in the Church of the Virgin Mary in ʿAin Shams, northeast of Cairo. The building has been evacuated and ten fire engines are fighting against the fire to this very moment.  
In her column this week, Fāṭima Nāʿūt writes: There was a monk who used to buy newspapers every day from a newspaper vendor in the neighborhood. The vendor greeted the monk with abusive slander and cursing. After selling him the newspaper, he grasps the payment and spits at him! So what is left for...
International Christian sites have covered the terrorist attack on Mār Mīnā Church in Ḥilwān suburb, Egypt. They praised Muslims’ defense of the churches, denounced targeting of Christians by terrorists, and criticized the lack of a clear security plan to counter terrorism.

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