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A group visit to Holy Family locations at Tel Basta, Bilbeis and Mustorod organized by AWR.
Many Christians believe God reveals Himself through visions to mankind. The Bible is full of this and the apostle Peter says: “And it shall come to pass in the last days… your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams” [Acts 2:17]. And thus Orthodox, Pentecostals and other...
Claims of conversions and kidnapped Christians girls in Egypt. Islamist writer Dr. Muhammad Umāra about “racist religious texts,” using a deceptive headline.
In prison, the true character of Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī was shaped. During the course of his trial, he attacked the judges and accused them of being infidels, impressing Usāma Bin Lādin and Ayman al-Zawāhrī, according to the testimony of al-Qā‘ida member, Sayf al-‘Adl, an Egyptian.
Dr. Christiaan van Nispen s.j., professor in Islam and philosophy at the Catholic seminary in Maadi, Cairo, and a member of the Editorial Board of the RNSAW, concludes with the impression that the US Copts Association practice exactly what they accuse those Muslim intellectuals to do, that is to...
This article gives an overview of the journey of the Holy Family in Egypt, by shedding light upon a book written on the subject by three writers specialized in Christian archeology, Egyptian religious affairs and the New Testament and history of the church.
A professor of archeology was referred to the General Financial Prosecution because of possessing a great many antique pieces without having a license and announcing false discoveries. He announced that he discovered a well in Tel Basta from which Jesus Christ drank. It was discovered that the well...
Subtitles: *Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour: We have contacted some public figures, some have declined due to the difficulty of the political game. *Dr. Refa’at Al-Said: Although we enjoy Coptic support, their number in the party is small, we will not stop to beg for nominees. *Diaa Eddin Dawoud: Their...
Dr. Gaballah Ali Gaballah, the General Secretary of the Supreme Council for Antiquities, issued a decision enabling the Egyptian-German delegation to carry out its work in Tel Basta and to prevent Dr. Mohammed Omar, assistant professor of Archeology at the University of Zagazig, from taking any...
An article on the Egyptian town of Tel Basta which is considered the second stopping place of the Holy Family in Egypt after Farma, covering some of its architectural importance, history and some of the incidents that happened when the Holy Family visited it.

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