Displaying 1 - 7 of 7.
Studies resumed yesterday in the nuns school in Beni Suef governorate after it has been stopped for a year and a half since it has been burnt in the aftermath of the events that followed the dispersal of Rāb’ah and Nahdah sit ins.
The five-day disappearance of Hāydī Samīr Hakīm, 21, from al-Fashn village, Beni Suef governorate has prompted Coptic villagers to stage a sit-in in the local church, calling on security officials to investigate the matter.
We wrote in the RNSAW, week 17, art. 18, that the information in the April 27 press release of the US Copts Association claiming the Egyptian government "moves to abduct two Coptic children from their own mother and hand them to strangers, under the name of Islam!" is misleading. Both the chairman...
A Christian mother and Muslim father are battling in a US civil court for custody of their 3 small children. The father has asked the courts to give him sole custody of the children in order to ensure that the children to be "influenced" by Christianity. It does appear that the court will strip the...
Press release about the struggle over the custody of two children in Egypt. The problem started with a Christian converting to Islam in 1991 in order to obtain a divorce from his wife. In 1996 he returned to Christianity but this is considered apostasy in Islam and is not recognized according to...
The author compliments the article above and sees this as an encouragement to use new information technology for Coptic activists living outside Egypt.
The author describes the late bishop Athanasius as being a true patriotic and tolerant man. Hanna says that thanks to the wisdom of bishop Athanasius his bishopric did not witness fanaticism and extremism in 38 years. The bishop established many centers for serving and developing society. These...
Subscribe to