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Vetogate spots three Christian groups in Egypt that are banned by the Coptic Orthodox Church for reasons of ‘heresy’, while the Egyptian authorities authorized their activities. 
In recent years the tensions between Christians and Muslims in Egypt have increased. In many cases Christians have been victims of violence. Is there any chance that religions can live together peacefully in the land of Nile? This is the question that Cornelis Hulsman sought to answer in his paper...
Jehovah’s Witnesses could break through the Egyptian haphazard societies to spread their preaching. The review provides the historical background of the group and the opinions of some Coptic figures.
The author gives background about the history and beliefs of Jehovah´s Witnesses, Adventists and Mormons. He comments that these extremist groups try to infiltrate the Egyptian Church. That is why, Pope Shenouda has warned against them more than one.
The author comments on the articles the magazine wrote about the Adventist Church and in which he and his group “Keepers of God´s Commandments” were mentioned.
“Expatriates and orientalists had a significant impact on forging the Westerners’ image about Islam and Prophet Muhammad. Some of them were fair but others were wearing dark glasses and that is how they viewed everything as dark, the very color of their hearts, alleging Islam is a religion brought...
This text reflects the discussion of a group organized by the RNSAW with two monks in the Monastery of Makarios based on the summary of the PhD Thesis of Dr. Wolfram Reiss (art. 23). The discussion covers the role of Father Matta al-Meskeen in the revival of the Coptic Orthodox Church, his...
Jews are behind almost all deviant religious sects. The Jehovah´s Witnesses, the Adventists, the Mormons and the Scientology Church emerged from under the Jewish garment. In addition, they are behind the Bahai and Qadynai sects in Islam. They even invented the Rabbis sect, a deviant sect in...
Al-Usbua ran an interview with Pope Shenouda III, in which he spoke about the situation in Palestine and the Arab-Israeli conflict. He also spoke about the teachings of Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Seventh-Day Adventists.
Pope Shenouda said that if an Orthodox husband or wife joined the Jehovah´s Witnesses, the couple could have an immediate divorce [if they wanted]. In addition, the church would give a permission to remarry to the partner who kept his/her Orthodox beliefs.

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