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Over the last two decades, the Coptic Orthodox Church has expressed its opposition to several films and television shows, both domestic and international, resulting in the cancellation of some of these works and censorship of others.  The reasons for the church’s disapproval vary.
According to what Pope Tawāḍrūs II announced, the number of Christians in Egypt as of now has reached 15 million in addition to another two million living abroad in 60 different countries across the world.  Christians make up close to 15% of the Egyptian people.  Despite these large numbers, their...
Usāma Fawzī’s film Baḥib el-Sīmā (“I love Cinema”) is one of the best Egyptian films of the third millennium, for it boldly presents the Coptic family as being an Egyptian one in the first place, and its religious affiliation rather secondary. 
Al-Dawakhīlī critiques the Coptic lawyer Najīb Jibrā’īl who is involved in a number of court cases both in Egypt and abroad.
Ahmad ‘Abd al-Tawwāb comments on the new trend to attack works of art by Muslims and Christians.
Najīb Jibrā’īl has accused the Islamic Research Academy of double standards following the confiscation of his book, ‘Izdirā’ bi Ahad al-Adyān al-Samāwīyah’ [Contempt of a Heavenly Religion].
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