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Pope Tawāḍrūs II, pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark, expressed his deepest sympathies to His Grace Bishop Timothaos [Tīmūthāuʾs], bishop of al-Zaqāzīq and Minya al-Qamḥ, and the family and parishioners of Rev. Fr. Mīnā Samʿān al-Shaykh, who passed away recently. 
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.
In order to shed a light on Coptic pilgrimage places, this article introduces forgotten Coptic historical sites. One of the most important historical churches is in al-Zaqāzīq, al-Sharqiyah Governorate, and goes by the name al-Qiddīs Yūsuf al-Najjār Church (Saint Joseph the Carpenter). 
Bishop Pachomius announced on August 10 the list of 17 candidates for the Coptic Orthodox Patriarch seat. They are seven bishops and ten monks:
After the mass prayer at the Church of Bishop Antonius in the province Nahal, people of al-Zaqaziq mourned the body of the martyr Kyrillos Fādil Najīb in a funeral procession, however, the mother of the martyr does not believe that he has really died
Meanwhile, Dr. ‘Azzāzī ‘Alī ‘Azzāzī, the governor of al-Sharqia, said the Easter is a glorious occasion in the hearts of all Egyptians, Muslims and Christians alike, adding nearly a year after he was appointed as governor of al-Sharqia he has been working on nipping in the bud any attempts to...
The al-Zaqāzīq security authorities sent back the girl to her father, who is said to have named himself Khalīl Muhammad Khalīl after he converted to Islam two years ago. Khalīl was the first one to have announced that the church has kidnapped his 14-year-old daughter after she asked her father that...
Saʿīd Ḥasāsīn, member of the House of Representatives, described Copts’ accompaniment of Muslims during the opening of a mosque in the city of al-Zaqāzīq and their contribution of five million EGP as an historic event.
Egyptian MP, Sa`īd Hasāsīn, described the Copts' contribution in the 5-million EGP construction costs of a mosque in Zaqāzīq as ‘historic’.
President of the Association for Development and Enhancement of Women (ADEW), Īmān Beibars, praised the prompt action of the Education Committee to determine the hijāb obligation complaint submitted by a student in Zaqāziq against the school principal on forcing her to wear the veil.


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