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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....
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),...
This article is a review of the life and work of Watani’s founder, Antoun Sidhom.
This article from Watani contains a letter to the editor from an Imām from Tahta, who criticizes Sidhom of purposefully stirring sectarian tension by alleging that the Imām preaches against Christianity. The article includes the latest letter from the Imām, stating his disgust with Sidhom and...
This article released by Watani deals with the fact that the publication has a difficult time writing Coptic names correctly. They outline a new way to transliterate the older, Coptic words, so they are closer to the original.
This article is a tribute to the life of Adly Abadir, a prominent Copt in Egypt, who died in 2010. Adly Abadir was born in 1920 to a prominent family in Upper Egypt. He studied in Cairo and became a successful businessman both in Egypt and abroad. He was also one of the founding members of Watani....
This article criticizes the Supreme Press Council of Egypt for not allowing a publication license to Watani Braille, a monthly publication of material selected from Watani and printed in Braille for the visually impaired. The Council continues to ask for information that has already been submitted...
The author sheds light on a book that documents the Coptic press between the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 20th century.

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