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Sham en-Nesim is the day on which Copts go out to the gardens and eat their favorite food of eggs, onions and salted fish. They carry flowers in their hands. They believe until now that whoever sleeps past sunrise on that day will be lazy all year long. On Sham en-Nesim day, Egyptians usually...
Egyptian media and political leaders paying attention to Coptic Christmas. Watani’s Editor-in-chief Yusuf Sidhom’s discusses the term ’ persecution’ in describing the position of Christians in Egypt.
Growing interest in AWR work. Announcement of a visit to the Egyptian Delta organized by AWR
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...
While the pro-Islamic media machine presents Tariq Ramadan, the grandson of Hassan Al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, as an Islamic preacher living in Europe, Ramadan presents himself to the Western media as a preacher of what he calls "European Islam." He wants to establish an...
In these days, the Egyptian happiness is doubled because it is celebrating both the Eid Al-Fitr for Muslims and Christmas for Christians.
From the very beginning, Egypt was never far from Islam. It was not a surprise to Egypt when Muslim armies were marching into it. There was not a single Muslim, during and after the Prophet’s life, who was not certain that Egypt would be opened up by Muslims...
The author of this article objects to folk stories about the prophets. He wants to purify Islam from such folk stories.
Yesterday, at dawn, the Muslims were performing the festival prayer, and in the evening, the Christians were celebrating" The Day of Epiphany. Accordingly, the way of the Egyptian’s living has changed. The iftar (breakfasting) tables became tables for love, sharing and brotherhood between the...
The Muslim ritual of the pilgrimage stimulates Muslim unity.

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