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The dangerous role media is playing in the ongoing polarization between the Western and Islamic worlds.
The article in Sout al-Umma dated May 9 is based on the response of the Monastery of Makarios to the RNSAW, 2001, week 08A, art. 26. The article states the Monastery sent the response to the RNSAW in English. This is not true. The Monastery responded in Arabic, the RNSAW translated this into...
The author of the articles on the story of the former monk said his articles were based on original interviews with the former monk and a book by him called "Confessions of an Egyptian monk." He added that the aim of publishing such a story was to find the truth, as the paper embraces neither the...
The Editorial Board of the RNSAW explained the monastery the role of the RNSAW, which is to translate ALL articles related to the role of religion in society in order to give Western readers an insight into how the Egyptian media report on Christian [and other religious] issues. Translation in no...
The Monastery of Saint Macarius explains the interviews with the former monk Fa’iq Boulos in Sout al-Umma fall in the category of defamation. The Monastery also wrote they were not happy the RNSAW translated these articles into English and thus made them accessible to a much larger public.
Sout Al-Umma came out with its first issue on December 6, 2000. It is a small paper which is still seeking a share of the market. From the choice of articles and subjects in this paper it is obvious it likes to publish controversial issues.
Fa’iq Zakka Bolous was, we are told, Abuna Gawargy Al-Makari. His introduction of himself is not characteristically monastic: He tells us that he " was one of the best, most intelligent and most conscientious" novices. It is not too much to say that he constantly reveals himself to be someone who...
With a comment on what he believes about the appearance of the Holy Virgin, an eyewitness recounts what he saw and heard about this phenomenon.
In this article, the Revd. Dr. John H. Watson comments on Adel Hamouda’s article on father Matta el-Meskeen that was published in Al-Arabi of July 23, 2000. Watson believes Hamouda’s article "is an extraordinarily interesting article for all who are concerned with the life of the Coptic Orthodox...
Father Matta al-Maskīn, spiritual father of the Monastery of St. Macarius, passed away. A renewed request for NGO status led by former Egyptian Minister of Tourism Dr. Mamdouh al-Biltagui

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