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The five candidates for the post of Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church resumed visits to the parishes and churches nationwide and attended a morning mass at the Mar Mina al-‘Ajāybī Monastery in the area of King Maryūt, Alexandria, on Wednesday (October 24).
Dozens of Coptic youths demonstrated inside the St. Mark Cathedral in Alexandria to protest the candidacy of bishops for the papal elections. 
A fresh crisis erupted between the awqāf (religious endowments) ministry after a decision by Minister Tal’at ‘Afīfī to sack nine undersecretaries and directors of awqāf in several governorates.
Muslim and Christian thinkers agreed during an intercultural dialogue forum held by the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) in Alexandria that the freedom of expression is one of the basic principles included in all heavenly religions. CEOSS director, Pastor Adrea Zakī,...
Joseph Malāk, a lawyer for the families of victims of the Alexandria-based Two Saints Church bombing attack early in January 2011 filed a report with the public prosecutor against President Mursī, ousted president Husnī Mubārak and former minister of interior Habīb al-'Ādlī for deliberately...
The jihādist group that currently exists in Sinai is a source of great concern for the security agencies, particularly after statements made by many leaders of the al-Tawhīd wal-Jihād (Monotheism and Strife) that it would avenge the execution of 14 of its members.
A dialogue forum held by the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria laid an emphatic stress on the need to activate citizenship as a non-negotiable principle for Egyptians to obtain their rights without any forms of discrimination,...
President Muhammad Mursī stressed commitment to provide security for all citizens, Muslims and Copts, adding any assault on Copts would be tantamount to assaults on him personally. 
Muhammad Yūsuf ‘Abd al-Rahman ‘Abd Allāh, an Egyptian Salafist who obtained the alias Shaykh Abū Ahmad as soon as he was approved as member of ‘Usāmah Bin Lādin’s al-Qā’idah network, said the jihādists do not recognize the state or ruler simply because he does not pursue the path of God. [‘Abd al-...
Bishop Quzmān of North Sinai said the church has not witnessed a single mass since the outbreak of the January 25, 2011 revolution, denying, however, the mass service was canceled for security reasons or out of fear over the life of Copts there.

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