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A number of 73 Copts left Cairo to Jerusalem City to celebrate Easter at the Church of the Resurrection. Sources said that not only Coptic Catholics traveled but also Orthodox  regardless the decision of the late Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III banning visiting Jerusalem during the Israeli...
The Azhar strongly denounces a Zionist officer for kicking the Holy Qur'ān and for abusing a number of Palestinian women who were preserving the Qur'ān in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque or Bayt al-Muqaddas in Jerusalem. The events were part of a series of gross violations against the people and...
When referring to a journey to the Holy Land, Jerusalem, Egyptian Christians speak of ‘pilgrimage’. Today, with the influx of Christians (from all over the world) visiting the path of the Holy Family in Egypt, the term ‘pilgrimage’ needs to be redefined, according to Coptic theologians. 
Spokesman of President Mursī, Dr. Yāsir ꞌAlī, yesterday commented on statements delivered by President Mursī on Egyptian Christians describing them as “minorities”. Accusing media of delivering false reports, ꞌAlī argued that media have taken President Mursī’s statements out of context and that the...
Two Air Sinai’s airplanes with 322 Christians aboard left Cairo’s International Airport in direction of Jerusalem. The purpose of the trip is to visit the holy places to perform religious rites during the Holy Week and Easter Mass.
The Church in a week: According to “Ṣadā al-Balad” these are the most important events of the three Orthodox Churches in the course of next week:
Archbishop ʿAṭā Allāh Ḥannā, President of the Greek Orthodox Bishops of Sabastiyya in Jerusalem rejects the imposition of oppressive taxes by the Israeli occuption authorities on church institutions in Jerusalem and on any other international institutions.
The Grand Imam Shaykh Dr. Aḥmad al-Ṭayyib’s final communiqué at al-Azhar International Conference in support of Jerusalem ‎[or Al-Quds for the Islamic world]:
Dr. Aḥmad Badr al-Dīn Ḥassūn, the Grand Mufti of Syria, stressed the common destiny of the Egyptian and Syrian peoples through the ages and the importance of the two countries in preserving the Arab entity.
  The novelist Yūsuf Zaydān continued his attack on Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn, after describing him as "the most despicable figure in history" during his dialogue with journalist ʿAmr Adīb.


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