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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.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II of Alexandria, Patriarch of the See of St. Mark, held an address, thanking the writer and intellectual Ḥamdī Rizq at the occasion of the publication of his book “Kyrie Eleison – In the love of the Copts.”
The Orthodox Coptic Bishop of Samāllūṭ, announces the opening of the third annual Coptic Book Fair next week at the headquarters of the diocese.  24 Libraries and publishing houses are expected to participate in the book fair, organized under the auspices of Bāfnūtiyyūs [Paphnotius] (Bishop),...
The newspaper, ‘Ālam al-Mashāhīr, is attempting to establish itself as an alternative to Waṭanī newspaper,especially after the outbreak of disagreements between Wạtanī’s editors and Pope Shenouda.
The crisis between Waṭanī and the Coptic Orthodox Church following the laymen’s conference seems to have become chronic. Pope Shenouda has not sent his weekly article to the newspaper for two weeks. While some attributed the issue to a new phase of the pope’s anger, sources assured that the pope...
Majdī Khalīl highlights the absolute importance of the concept of citizenship for Copts, believing that Copts should focus their attention on having their citizenship rights granted to them. He poses a number of suggestions on how to activate the Copts’ role in the Egyptian socio-political spectrum...
Kamāl Zākhir M?s? writes on the trend that has been increasing inside the Coptic Orthodox Church. It is heading toward a clash with enlightened laymen, instead of seeking ways of working together constructively.
‘Ālam al -Mashāhīr, a new Coptic weekly, for which Pope Shenouda will be writing and recommended by Bishop Bīsh?y is said to be a new rival for Watanī.
An Israeli historian states in a book entitled, ’Bloody Passover’ that Jews murdered Christians during the Middle Ages so that their blood could be used to make unleavened bread for Passover.
Muhammad al-Bāz reports on Ronan Isaac’s article about the Prophet Muhammad and his wives.


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