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Seven sit-ins were staged in Egypt’s churches in 2007. The following lines describe some of them and Christian clergymen and laymen’s reactions to them.
‘Amr Bayyūmī reports about the suggestion that churches in Egypt form a supreme committee to work on solving problems facing Christians.
The following article discusses the idea of presenting Jesus Christ on a satellite program as depicted in the Qur’ān.
A book entitled ’al-Aqbāt ‘Abr al-Tārīkh’ [Copts Across History] which was published by Dār al-Khayāl in Cairo and London, details the history of the Copts , their life, traditions, language, arts and political evolution.
The Community Council of the Coptic Orthodox Church conducted amendments to the Personal Status Law of Copts known as the law of 1938. The Egyptian media shed light on the issue and the different reactions to it.
The article discusses recent comments made by Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran regarding the world’s current focus on Islam.
The author comments on a recent speech of Pope Benedict XVI that he gave at the UN General Assembly on human rights and the role that the international community should play to protect them.
While Islamic institutions and Islamic scholars do their best to initiate a fruitful effective dialogue with the Vatican, the latter still needs to address Muslims in a more rational and diplomatic way. The author doubts the Vatican faithfulness to its dialogue with Islam.
The following discusses an individual’s decision to convert from Islam to Catholicism, and the resulting difficulties he faced.
The author tackles the spread of fanatic dialogue between the different Christian creeds and within the Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt.


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