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Discussions on the succession of Pope Shenouda heats up in the Holy Synod. Bishop Musá tops the potential nominees, with Bishop Ruwis and Bishop Yu’annis both standing a good chance. The laymen propose a new draft law to allow monks to be nominated.
The author reviews a recent article published in al-Dustūr regarding Muslim and Christian houses of worship. A poll was conducted to see how many Muslim worshipers had entered churches, and how many Christian worshipers had entered mosques. It highlighted their impressions of the respective places...
Following the media uproar aroused over Bishop Bīshūy, the general secretary of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church, a lawsuit is presented to the court of Summary Jurisdiction against him and his publisher by ‘Ādil Girgis. The claimant asked for 100 million Egyptian pounds in compensation...
‘Ārif al-Dubays writes a profile about Bishop Bīshūy.
A documentary entitled, ‘The Lost Tomb of Jesus,’ broadcast by the Discovery Channel has raised a new tempest, questioning facts about Jesus as told by the Bible. The documentary claimed that a tomb containing the remains of Jesus and his family was found in a Jerusalem suburb. It showed that the...
In a CD-ROM obtained by al-Usbū‘ weekly, Bishop Bishūy said, in an annual doctrine conference, that he would not stop attacking other denominations unless they confess that they are non-Christians.
A deacon sues Pope Shenouda’s assistant accusing him of deviating from the church opinions.
The newspaper presents a number of cases of errors on government issued identification cards. The article places blame on the Civil Register Authority for these errors and hopes that by publishing the cases that the people involved will obtain the necessary corrections.
The author wonders about the real reasons for canceling the church trial of the bishop of Naj‘ Ḥammādī, Bishop Kyrillos, criticizing the Secretary- general of the Holy Synod Bishop Bīshūy for holding such trials upon personal discords alone.
Different Christian newspapers try to garner Coptic readers. Most of the papers are not of a good quality and most adopt exaggerated expressions to attract as many readers as possible.


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