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On my last visit to Egypt, I noticed a genuine national revolution against religious fanaticism and terrorism, a revolution against exploiting religion that calls for love and peace. In Egypt we find love between neighbors and love of the unity of a nation in which equality in opportunities has...
Dr. Hussein Kamel Bahaa’ Eddin has decided that some officials should to be investigated for preventing a Christian teacher from teaching Arabic language syllabuses because they contain verses from the Holy Qur’an. The minister also decided that Christian teachers are to resume teaching Arabic...
Blacking out and taking tranquilizers in a vital national issue is not a wise thing to do. That is why I would not discuss the issue of Al-Kosheh as long as it is in honest hands that will present their fair report for which I have two wishes. The first is to broadcast the [results of the]...
Bishop Wissa’s name is central to the understanding of the violence [Fitna] in Al-Kosheh, both in 1998 and in the more recent events. Since the first events of Al-Koshh in 1998, his name has become known outside his bishopric and Egypt’s borders and [his name] was repeated continuously in the Press...
He is the mayor of Mansha’at Basyoun in Gharbia. His name is Nabil Helmi Anees Hemaya. His father and his grandfather we also mayors. What is strange is that mayors are elected. A village of Muslims elected a Christian mayor from Muslim and Christian nominees.
A summary of various newspaper reports on Al-Kosheh, accusing some newspapers of further fomenting communal strife by their biased and inaccurate reporting of the incidents, with 8 points put forward to prevent the repetition of such incidents again.
Subtitles: The pope meets with the president, Sheikh of the Azhar and Pope Shenouda. A mass to be held in the covered hall and another one in the garden of Saint Katherine’s monastery Amr Moussa, the [Egyptian] Foreign Minister met with the ambassador of the Vatican last Wednesday night to discuss...
Can the Sheikh Al-Azhar remain in office after the government accused him publicly and indirectly of opposing Islamic Shari’a [Islamic law] - considered by the constitution as the main source of legislation - and providing the government, the president and members of the parliament with inaccurate...
We discussed with Bishop Bissenti the possibility of the presence of foreign fingers in the matter, about the American law of religious persecution - whether it had tempted the Copts to start problems from inside Egypt, and about the suggestion of a delegation from [the US] Congress visiting Egypt...
In his declaration to the Syrian editors-in-chief [during a presidential visit to Syria], President Mubarak denied the rumor, which stated that Egypt has received a request from the American Congress members in which they allegedly asked to come to Egypt in order to investigate Al-Kosheh events.

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