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After the passage of more than 20 years since the first attempt at issuing a unified Personal Status Law binding all Christian denominations, an agreement has finally been reached in the last couple of days. Rose al-Yūsif obtained the full text of the Personal Status Law for the Copts and describes...
His Holiness Pope Shinūdā III the heads and representatives of Christian churches in Egypt to endorse the "Unified Personal Status Bill" before its submission by His Holiness to the Minister of Justice for consideration.
A new book appeared in the French markets. It is dealing with terrorism and connecting it with the Islamic terrorism. The importance of this book is due to the importance of its author who is the head of the international observatory of terrorism.
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...
Nasr Abu Zaid didn’t feel vengeance despite the fact that Abd el-Sabour Shahin apostatized him from the pulpit of a mosque. He defends Shahin’s freedom of thought." He who asks a person to repent is the one who should repent because he places himself in the position of God and the prophet." Abu...
The article reviews a book of Philip Lewis ’Islamic Britain: Religion, Politics and Identity among British Muslims.’ The author says this book attempts to correct the wrong picture of Muslims in the British media.
Pope Shenouda III assured that a deviated minority of Copts abroad does not represent all Egyptian Copts abroad.
The conspiring motives of the Sunday Telegraph’s campaign against Egypt are being revealed day after day. The British-American-Zionist attempts to trigger a ’Coptic Issue’ in Egypt, referring to Copts as a persecuted minority, is a way to implement the religious persecution law recently approved by...
We call on all Christians in Egypt to condemn what is being said and written in the foreign media concerning persecution of Copts in Egypt.
President Hosni Mubarak announced on Saturday that Ecuador had deported to Egypt a militant suspected of being involved in last November’s Luxor massacre in which 62 people were killed.

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