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Under the patronage of bishop Daniel, the Diocese of Sydney and Affiliated Regions celebrates the Golden Jubilee of establishing the Coptic Orthodox Church in Australia in the presence of religious and political leaders. Al-Kirāzah Magazine published an article by Pope Tawāḍrūs II reviewing the...
The Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Melbourne congratulated Fr Shinūda Buṭrus of St Bishuy and St Shinūda Church in behalf of Pope Tawāḍrūs II on his appointment as President of the Victorian Council of Churches. Fr Tawāḍrūs is scheduled to begin his installation as President of the Victorian Council of...
The dossier of Coptic emigration has popped its head with each political crisis they suffer. The first wave of emigration to the United States, Europe and Australia had taken place after they were harmed by the decisions of nationalization and seizure of their property and lands by virtue of the...
Some experts said other countries like Canada, Australia and the United States would walk in the footsteps of the Netherlands in order to help Copts to pack up and leave through facilities offered in the embassies of those countries in Egypt.
The Australian Defense League is a new group that emerged and called for killing Shaykh Muhammad Sālim, spokesman of the Australian Imām Council, Shaykh Tāg al-Din al Hilālī, the former mufti of Australia and Qaysar Turād, head of the Islamic Australian Friendship Association and others.
Pope Tawadros gave a televised speech on Coptic channels in which he discussed several matters particularly that of divorce and marriage
The municipality of Queensland, Australia, rejected the legal note drafted by Member of Parliament Nicklin Peter, that called to ban niqāb (face veil). 
Date of interview: June 9, 2018   Location of interview: Maadi, Cairo, Egypt   Interview with Agnes Odoli, Simone Osterwald, Kees Hulsman   38:00 Minutes of recording, with agreement of all involved persons   Transcribed interview, cutted and edited for understanding   Agnes Odoli (48) is a Kenyan...
Coptic denominations in the Diaspora are served by more than 600 churches and 120 monasteries most of which have been purchased since Pope Shinūda III from other Christian denominations. According to Anba Murquṣ, Bishop of Shubrā al-Khayma, the recently purchased Coptic Orthodox church premises of...

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