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This article examines the termination of the TV program by former Qummus (Archpriest) Zakarīā Butrus. Both Christians and Muslims disagreed with much of Butrus’ beliefs.
In its documentary, B.B.C sheds light on the issue of Christianization in the Middle East, especially Egypt and Morocco.
This article sheds light on the struggle between the two Coptic Orthodox channels, C.tv and Agape. Moreover it gives an account of the other basically non-Orthodox Coptic channels, Sat7, Noursat, Mu‘jizah, and al-Hayāh.
Lotus Kīwān interviewed Father Zakarīyā Butrus about his motivations behind his frequent attacks at the Islamic faith and his relation with the Egyptian church.
In Alexandria unknown people distribute controversial CDs that deal with controversial religious issues. The CDs sow sectarian sedition and ring the bells of danger.
Al-Hayāh satellite channels broadcast Christian programs in which some clergymen allegedly attacked Muslims and Islam. The programs sparked severe anger of Muslims in Egypt. Consequently a number of Egyptian members of parliament asked to establish an equivalent Muslim channel to respond to al-...
Muṣṭafá Thābit, the author, continues in his series of articles in response to Archpriest Zakarīyā Butrus’s critique of Islām. In this article he presents the archpriest’s opinion on the issue of atonement.
The article is a new installment in the author’s series of articles responding to Archpriest Zakarīyā Butrus’s critique of Islām.
The author continues his series of articles in Sawt al-Azhar newspaper in response to Archpriest Zakarīyā Butrus’s opinions about Islām from his appearances on the Christian TV channel ‘al-Hayāh.’
Father Zakarīyā Butrus, the controversial priest who foments anger of Muslims, of Egypt in particular and the Arab world in general, through his programs which launched a no-holds-barred attack on the Islamic faith on ‘al-Hayāt’satellite channel, appears for the first time in Arab media.

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