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Meanwhile, several Coptic leaders in Egypt expressed flat rejection against a conference called “No to marginalization and forced displacement” held on Saturday (Aug. 11) by Bishop Abākīr of Coptic Orthodox Church in Scandinavian countries, headquartered in Sweden.  
On October 6, 2016, Arie de Boer, Koen Vliegenthart and Cornelis Hulsman visited two sites that were World Servants projects in the period of 2006 until 2009. The delegation was received by Father Rueiss [Ruways], and briefly met with Bishop Gabriel [Jibrāʾīl] when he left the church after a prayer...
Tomorrow (Monday), The Coptic Evangelical Commission for Social Services will organize a forum for cultural dialogue under the title “Together Against Violence” at the Commission’s headquarters in Arḍ al-Sulṭān in al-Minyā. 
The Coptic Evangelical Commission for Social Services organizes a conference next Monday in the governorate of al-Minyā, titled “Together Against Violence.” 
World Servants, a Dutch Christian organization that supports building projects in different countries, contributed to several buildings in Egypt for social purposes. All projects, except for two, have been completed. The Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Beni Suef made promises to also complete these last...
**Article linked to in text has since been removed W. Winston Skinner reported on September 17, 2015 in the Times-Herald that an Egyptian native Christian missionary, in the article called pastor X, “told about 95 people at the International Leadership Team in Carrollton on Tuesday that...
The press review deals with the charges directed against the Middle East Christians Association.
The author calls to reform the Coptic Orthodox Church not from the doctorial aspect but from its influence on people’s life. He suggests having a new leadership formed from priests instead of the current monastic one that has driven Copts away from important issues concerning their country.
The daughter of Sāmī ‘Aṭīyah, who was killed by a Muslim bully, held her wedding ceremony at Mary Antonius Church in al-Zaqāzīq, wearing black instead of her wedding dress, to protest against the security’s failure to apprehend the suspect and to their collusion with him.
John Watson writes about MECO (Middle East Christian Outreach) and MEET (the Middle East Experience Team) and their work in the Middle East.
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