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His Holiness Pope Tawāḍrūs II received Saturday a delegation of young Maronite church members from the Maronite Catholic Archeparchy of Tyre in Lebanon, in the presence of Maronite leaders from Lebanon and Egypt. The delegation came for the service in churches and tourism in Egypt.
In the Bahraini capital, al- Manama, the Conference on Civilization and Cultural Dialogue came to a close.
The Extraordinary Session of the Islamic Conference of Culture Ministers kicked off today morning in Manama [al-Manāmah], capital of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The Conference is organized by the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) in cooperation with the Bahrain...
Pastor Rūīs Mikhā’īl of the Church of the Virgin Mary and St. Rūīs in Bahrain that the Coptic Orthodox Churchin Bahrain is considering constructing a base during the upcoming period, after having acquired a piece of land, provided by the Bahraini monarch King Ḥamd bin ʿĪsā al-Khalīfa as a...
Four years after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, Hassan al-Bannā founded the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928 to bring about political, social and economic reform from an inclusive Islamic perspective. The Muslim Brotherhood became the most active Sunni political faction after the formation of national...
The Arab countries, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrayn, and Egypt have issued a joint statement on Friday morning, naming 59 people and twelve entities, 26 of them Egyptian, accused of terror actions. The statement included a list of wanted people, among them was Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī, who...
Although the first Coptic church built on the land of one of the Gulf states is over 80 years old, the construction of churches in the gulf and the service of the Christian clergy there is a dilemma that requires continuous understanding.
The Bahraini King Ḥamad Bin ʿĪsā Al- Khalīfah, expressed his pleasure in visiting the Cathedral of St. Mark in al-'Abbāsīyyah for the first time, praising the role of the Egyptian Church in national history.
  In the event of Dā`esh claiming responsibility for the crime committed against the Coptic Orthodox Petrine Church on its official website on Tuesday evening, the question remains: Why the operation? And why now? And why against the Copts of Egypt?  
The Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR) declared on Sunday its solidarity with human rights defenders, and demanded the end of prosecution policy practices against them, particularly in Egypt.

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