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The Ministry of Endowments assured that there is no desire to cancel the Iʿtikāf practice (a retreat in a mosque for a certain number of days) in the ten last days of Ramadan.
The municipality of Queensland, Australia, rejected the legal note drafted by Member of Parliament Nicklin Peter, that called to ban niqāb (face veil). 
General ‘Abd al – Fattāh al- Sīsī, Minister of  Defense,  has congratulated the members of the armed forces, fellow Egyptians and Copts on the occasion of the New Year (Amanī Mūsá, Copts- United, Jan. 1). Read original text in Arabic.   https://www.arabwestreport.info/ar/%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B3%D9%86%D8...
We pray for Egypt and Syria .. And the governor of Alexandria: The holidays show the spirit of love among the Egyptians. The Coptic Orthodox Church celebrated on the eve of Saturday the Holy Day of the Epiphany and the Egyptian holidays in general. This feast is famous for eating taro and reeds.
Pope Twadros II affirmed. Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark. Egypt is on the verge of a new beginning with frankness with self, pointing out that the new enlightenment of Egypt should be extended to thought, say and act, as everyone has a sincere desire to advance Egypt, which deserves...
The Pope received the Governor of Alexandria, Gen. Tāriq al- Mahdī, to congratulate him on the occasion of Epiphany (Sarhān Sinārah and Ahmad Sālim, al-Akhbār, Jan. 20, p. 7). Read original text in Arabic.
Pope Tawadros stated that taking part in the referendum is an expression of life in Egypt “without having any strange elements in it”. He also added to community leaders and official delegations that came to congratulate him on the occasion of Epiphany that it is too early to discuss the...
Epiphany is the day that Christ was baptized in the river of Jordan by John the Baptist. In Egypt the Coptic Orthodox church celebrates it on the 11th of Tuba, the Coptic month. Many Muslims likewise celebrate it, especially in Upper Egypt and join their Christian brothers in eating sugar cane,...
An article from the Maadi Messenger discussing the significance of the famous geometrical tile styling known as "Cairo Tiling" with accompanied contextual commentary from Cornelis Hulsman.
Julie Casper writes of her experiences with the ancient Egyptian tradition of "Subuu'". (Photo credits go to Julie and Jayson Casper)

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