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Robin Cook, the British Foreign Minister, has praised the friendship and tolerance between religions in Egypt. In a special statement to Rose El-Youssef, Cook said that he felt very comforted visiting the area of old Cairo, where mosques are so close to churches...
The well-known Islamists writer believes "Before I can say any word on the subject of al-Kosheh it is my duty to apologize to the Copts of Egypt and recognize the mistakes of the Muslims of the village."
The author argues that it is in the interest of the Israeli secret service to saw discord between peoples of different denominations in the countries surrounding Israel. Examples are given from Egypt and Lebanon.
The national unity of Muslims and Copts in Egypt is revealed in the architectural similarities in both churches and mosques. The design is very similar from the outside. It only differs from the inside according to each one’s beliefs.
An interview with Ibrahim Shukry, the 83 year old head of the Islamist Labor Party on al-Koshh and the place of Coptic Christians in Egypt.
In these days, the Egyptian happiness is doubled because it is celebrating both the Eid Al-Fitr for Muslims and Christmas for Christians.
The world of faith and believers is a very special world, a very beautiful one. The world of monasticism and the world of monasteries are two magnificent worlds. Their inhabitants have left the world turning their backs to it for the sake of God Almighty...
Immediately after H.H. Pope Shenouda [Shinūda] heard of the murders in al-Koshh he sent two bishops, including Bishop Marcos [Marquṣ] of Shubra al-Khayma, to investigate this. I spoke with Bishop Marcos to offer him my condolences. The bishop gave me the list of names as Bishop Wisaa [Wīṣā], Bishop...
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 Organization for Upper Egypt for Education and Development is one of the biggest Catholic organizations in Egypt. The organization is witnessing a strong crisis, after the voices against its president Amin Fahim who remained in his position have increased. Amin Fahim has been in this position...

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