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Pope Tawadros warned of threats to the Egyptian state and its three representative pillars – the Azhar, the Church and the judiciary.  He called for the intensification of efforts to promote positive work, rather than mere distractions and small issues which are not worthy of being pursued. He said...
In an interview with al-Akhbār, Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawadros II spoke freely about the current situation in Egypt.
Sohag Investigation Department revealed that a high school student is behind the mysterious murder of a mother and her three children at their home in the village of Kushh in Dār al-Salām. Additionally, investigations reported that the sister of the victims helped the defendant. The girl had agreed...
Pope Tawadros met with the Minister of Culture, Dr. Muhammad Sābir 'Arab and the Minister of the Environment Dr. Khālid Fahmī just as the yesterday (Apr. 25) he received the Minister of Information, Salāh 'Abd al-Maqsūd, and the Minister of Tourism and President of the Radio and Television Union,...
Pope Tawadros received condolences from the Armed Forces and the Ministry of Interior for the victims of the al-Khusūs and Cathedral. The Church invited President Mursi to attend Easter Mass on May 5, but the question is whether Mursi will respond to the invitation personally after the Presidency...
Bishop Raphael, General Secretary to the Holy Synod, has said that although the previous regime tried, and failed, to maintain its legitimacy for over 30 years by driving a wedge between Muslims and Christians, the Muslim Brotherhood has succeeded in five months. The Bishop noted that during the 25...
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During a Defence and Security Committee held Monday, April 22 at the Shūrá Council, Dr. Samir Marcos (Samīr Marqus), an assistant to the former President, emphasized that Egypt has witnessed armed violence against Copts and the Church for the last thirty years.The Committee was called for in order...
The issue of church building in Egypt is among the most misunderstood and misreported subjects affecting Muslim-Christian relations.

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