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Anba Athanāsiyyūs, Bishop of Banī Mazār for the Coptic Orthodox in Minya, will preside over the Divine Liturgy tomorrow, Monday, September 9, at the Church of the Virgin Mary.
Maqar Jabir, priest of the Church of the Virgin Mary and the forty-nine martyrs of Abi Jilban, affiliated to the Abbey of Bani Mazar and Bahnasa, passed away.
 Twelve members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested by security services over the burning down of a BaptistChurch in Binī Mazār, in Minya. The men were also accused of assaulting public and police buildings in Minya. 
The village of al-Qays, Banī Mazār town, was the scene of a squabble between a Jamā’ah member and a Copt over the latter’s shooting on camera supporters of Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential candidate Muhammad Mursī outside the voting station while directing voters to cast their ballots in favor of...
Tension is gripping the township of Banī Mazār in al-Menya, where local residents of the village of Abū Jilbān besieged the village of al-Nasseriyah to take revenge on a tuc-tuc (autorickshaw) driver who happened to be a Copt, for killing a six-year-old boy who happened to be a Muslim. [Māhir ‘Abd...
The Observatory of Citizenship in the new World Organization for Development and Human Rights has confirmed that the sectarian violence that took place between Copts and Muslims in Badrmān village in al-Minya led to the death of one with 6 others injured and 12 houses burned. The organization...
Yesterday, a large number of Evangelical Copts celebrated the first Mass ceremony in their church after its restoration, and thanked the political leadership of Egypt’s President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī who had ensured to restore all churches damaged in the aftermath of the dissolution of the sit-...
Security agencies in Minyā have intensified security measures in the city of Banī Mazār, north of Minyā, in preparation for the opening of the Evangelical church, which was destroyed by extremist groups following the dispersion of the Muslim Brotherhood’s sit-ins in Cairo and Giza in 2013. 
During the opening of the Coptic Evangelical Church in Banī Mazār, Minyā, in presence of religious leaders and government officials, Rev. Andrīyya Zakī, head of the Coptic Evangelical Church in Egypt, said that the church, like the mosque, is a part of the Egyptian identity, adding that it is...

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