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Problems at AWR due to still being short in staff.
Many articles in this issue are about the alleged conversion of the wife of a priest in Abū al-Matāmīr. Reference to interviews with H.H. Pope Shenouda in al-Wafd and Bishop Bissenti in Al-Ahram al-Arabi.
Article about al-Zāwiya al-Hamrā and the consequences of the Muslim-Christian tensions in the late seventies for life in this area. Egyptian media about the alleged conversion of the wife of a priest in Abū al-Matāmīr.
Remark on articles in this issue about the incident around the Patmos Convent.
Comment on the Copts Daily Digest’s reporting about difficulties around church building in Al-Ubur City
The death of six Christians from Al-Qussia, including a priest, in a bus accident . The Coptic Orthodox Church in Sawada destroying the church of Saint Dimyana for the sake of building a new church but meanwhile the altarscreen and other artifacts of the old church were lost. The removal of the...
Response to two reports of the Middle East Media Research Institute [MEMRI] about Jihad during Ramadan and plans of a prominent Egyptian actor to produce a series for TV based on the notoriously anti-Semitic "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion."
The November 23 article of Al-Musawwar, "Is the West still Dar Kufr," resulted four days later (November 28) in a campaign by the US Copts Association against the use of the word kuffar for Christians. The association claims that calling someone a ’kafir’ [’kafir’ is the singular of ’kufar’] is a...
Two new members have joined the Advisory Board of the RNSAW. They are Dr. Tareq Mitri, the Program Executive for Christian-Muslim Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland, and Dr. Arne H. Fjeldstad, a Norwegian scholar with a Ph.D. in Internet Communications.
The article in Sout al-Umma dated May 9 is based on the response of the Monastery of Makarios to the RNSAW, 2001, week 08A, art. 26. The article states the Monastery sent the response to the RNSAW in English. This is not true. The Monastery responded in Arabic, the RNSAW translated this into...

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