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"The patriotic unity" is the root of the general Egyptian formation. This the aim idea of the new book that was published by Dr. William Qilada entitled "The principle of nationality."
Pope Shenouda is a religious man in the first place, and he is also a patriot towards his country. When Pope Shenouda discovered attacks against Egypt from some emigrated Copts, he immediately called for a press conference in which he confirmed the unity of Christians and Muslims. He also...
The Supreme Military Court handed down its verdicts in lawsuit number 3 for 1999, dubbed as the Revival of Gamaa Al-Islamiyya Organization case in Alexandria. The Court passed life imprisonment sentences with hard labor against 4 defendants, 15 years imprisonment with hard labor against 8, ten...
The writer suggest that because Egyptian Muslims and Christians have protected their religious beliefs from changes and corruption, they have succeeded in maintaining Egypt as a nation until the present time.
The recent "National Role of the Egyptian Church throughout the Ages" symposium was exemplary as a useful. Sabah Al-Kheir followed on the event and attended the researches, studies and discussions presented.
The author expresses his pleasure concerning the "National Role of the Egyptian Church throughout the ages" symposium, and lists its concluding recommendations
The History and Antiquities Committee of the Higher Council of Culture held a symposium on April 18-19, at the Cairo University library. The symposium concerned the national role played by the Egyptian Church throughout history. The symposium was attended by a number of researchers and historians...
Egyptian people disappeared from Islamic historical books, making Egypt to seem as if it was, on the eve of occupation, an empty, uninhabited stretch of land. Hardly any references have been made to the Egyptian people or the Copts. By omitting the Coptic age in syllabuses they think in a non-...
The story of a Coptic politician from the younger generation.
An overview of the position of Copts in Egypt.

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