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The Islamic Café, with two branches in Alexandria's Sīdī Bishr district and Port Said governorate, would separate between the two sexes and bans serving shīshāh. Young people on social networking web sites expressed disgruntlement over this café and one of them wondered about the legal solutions...
The Islamic Café, with two branches in Alexandria's Sīdī Bishr district and Port Said governorate, would separate between the two sexes and bans serving shīshāh. Young people on social networking web sites expressed disgruntlement over this café and one of them wondered about the legal solutions...
Episcopal / Anglican Church of Egypt appealed to all Egyptians to observe tranquility as acts of violence would not achieve aspired objectives. The head of the church, Rev. Munīr Hannā also called on Egyptian leaders, ministries and institutions to accelerate uncovering the Port Said football game...
An initiative was launched with participation of the Azhar, the ministry of awqāf (endowments) and the Coptic Orthodox Church in a bid to defuse the strife between revolting youths and the interior ministry after three days of clashes between the two sides as young people are trying to storm the...
The Episcopal / Anglican Diocese of Egypt mourned on Sunday (February 5) “all the sons of Egypt who lost their lives in deplorable incidents in the cities of Port Said, Suez and Cairo”. 
Between the sadness of leaving their homes behind and the joy of reaching safety in Port-Sa`īd, the displaced Coptic family of Ḥusnī Nimr Labīb tells al-Waṭan his fear from militants would break at any time into his house, kill him, his wife and children, as they did before with another Coptic man...
On Tuesday, Miṣr al-Khayr Foundation signed a partnership protocol with the Episcopalian church to complete a project titled “Together to Develop Egypt” to train and qualify youth by a number of imāms and priests on the skills of accepting the other, connecting with youth, and spreading love...
Bishop Tārdus, Bishop of Port Saʿīd at the Port Saʿīd Archbishopric, received Ambassador Peter Weiderud, Director of the Swedish Cultural Institute for the Middle East region.
Al-Yawm al-Sābi’monitored one of Port Sa’īd’s historical churches, which was founded on March 27, 1863, and inaugurated in 1890: the St. Eugenie Church. The church has been now included to the heritage list for Islamic and Coptic monuments. The Egyptian Franciscan friar, Father Farīd Kamā Jibra`īl...
Pope Tawadrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Mark, will meet on Friday morning with the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church, for a semi-annual session, to conclude the meetings of the committees which have been convening since last Saturday. It will be the first...

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