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A report on the troubles caused by the Deir Abu-Hennes name change
Background on Deir Abu-Hennes
Christian residents of an Upper Egyptian village protest against its name being officially changed.
Governor of Minia in collaboration with officials at the Ministry of Justice could revoke the decision to change the name of Abū Hinnis to Wādī al-Ni‘nā‘.
A lawsuit has been filed against ministers responsible for changing the Coptic name of an Upper Egyptian village.
Ihāb Ramzīwas the Christian lawyer representing the monks from the monastery of Abū Fānā. He took on the case a week after the attack on the monastery on May 31, 2008 and claims that he stepped down from the case after the governor of Minia pressured him to do so.
This week’s articles correspond with the date of President Barack Obama’s inauguration and a number of articles tackle the issue of U.S-Egyptian relations. This relationship has taken a more complicated turn in the past week when the Egyptian government unexpectedly released the political dissident...
Coptic clergyman, government officials and the American Ambassador gathered in Minya to celebrate one of the spots on the Holy family route in Egypt.
Cornelis Hulsman interviewed Munīr Fakhrī ‘Abd al-Nūr and discussed Christian emigration from Egypt, the need to build up Egypt into a democratic state again and the importance of dealing with Egyptian problems within Egypt and not as a result of foreign interference.
Sāmih Fawzī discusses Egypt’s emigration problem, the need for greater transparency and Coptic expatriates. He also calls on Christians to be active players in Egyptian society andbelieves that in the modern age socio-economic factors are more of a uniting force than religion.


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