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Security experts have requested that the new American and Israeli Ambassadors to Egypt be rejected by the Egyptian authorities.
Kamāl Shātīlā, chairman of the Lebanese Popular Congress, said in an interview with “al-Waṭan” that the death of President Jamāl ʿAbd al-Nāṣir was a total catastrophe for Egypt, the Arab nation, and the third world countries, stressing that Nāṣir was a symbol for the dreamers of freedom and...
Pope Tawadros II ordained three new priests. Furthermore, in an interview with a Kuwaiti newspaper he stated that Egypt was and will remain the first defense line of the Arab Gulf States, hailing the stance taken by Saudi Arabic, Kuwait and the UAE as historic. The Pope stated that national...
Research interns at the Center for Arab-West Understanding - Nadeem Ahmed Moonakal, a postgraduate researcher from the Department of Geopolitics and International Relations, Manipal University (India) and Youssef el-Banna [Yūsuf al-Banna], a Social Science and Law student at the University of...
Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawādrūs II praised the Saudi Crown Prince Muḥammad bin Salmān, saying that he presents a modern and open image of the kingdom.
The President of the Republic of Lebanon, 'Imād Michel 'Awn visited the Papal Headquarters of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the Cathedral of St. Mark in Cairo on Monday. He was received by Pope Tawadrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Mark, in a meeting that was attended...
The Coptic Orthodox Church has denied the allegations of requiring from its members residing and working in Qatar to leave Qatar and return back to Egypt. The allegations further claimed that the Church would assist the returnees in facing living requirements.
During his TV program “'Ala Mas`ūliyatī” (on my responsibility), Egyptian media anchor, Ahmad Mūsa, said that there are evidences that prove the involvement of the Gulf State of Qatar and its ruler Shaykh Tamīm, in the explosions that hit three Coptic churches recently.
Anwar `Eshqi (the retired Saudi general and former Cabinet adviser) said that the visit of the Saudi Monarch’s adviser Dr. Ahmad al-Khatīb to the Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam was not in any way meant as a retaliation.

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