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The death of Muḥammad  Mursī, Egypt’s first elected president since the 2011 revolution, on June 17 sparked a wave of controversy and conflicting truths between human rights organizations and Egyptian media. Mursī died in court in Cairo where he was on trial facing charges of espionage.
Many Copts hailed the acting patriarch Bishop Pachomius who fairly and adeptly ran the church’s affairs during a transitional period that followed the death of Pope Shenouda III earlier this year.
Al-Beheira Governor Mukhtār al-Hamalāwī ordered cessation of works to remove the Roman Orthodox Church in the governorate in response to a report by Priest Lūqā As’ad ‘Awad of the Mar Marqus Church to the Rosetta police accusing a judge of destroying parts of the building within a dispute over a...
Bishop Pachomius announced on August 10 the list of 17 candidates for the Coptic Orthodox Patriarch seat. They are seven bishops and ten monks:
In a conciliatory session, al-Nūr Party on Wednesday (Aug. 8) successfully ended yet another sectarian unrest that broke out a few days ago in the village of Makram, Abū Humus township, al-Beheira governorate. A feud had erupted between two Christian and Muslim families as clashes between the two...
Father Yū'īl Subhī of Abū Hummus Church in al-Beheira governorate denied that there were sectarian motives behind fights that broke out in the village of Makram the day before yesterday between a number of Muslims and Copts, and which resulted in some injuries.
Al- Da’wah al- Salafiah has succeeded in nipping a sectarian strife in the bud in Hūsh ‘Īssá, Beheira.
The lists of names of Coptic candidates approached after the coordination between a group of Copts and different fronts, especially the Egyptian Coalition Front. Four lists have been created covering Upper, Middle and Eastern Egypt, Alexandria, Matruh and Beheria
During a session of “The Egyptian Will Challenges Terrorism” on Tuesday, organized by the Center for Artistic Innovation and the cultural branch of Beheira, the Mufti of Egypt stressed that Islam is a religion of mercy and that it is free of any extremist acts or ideas. 
Al- Da’wah al- Salafia continues its confrontation with the Ministry of Endowments. 


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