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Can issues that challenge the church’s property leave the church and its religious leaders untouched?This article looks at two cases; one in Egypt and the other in Denmark to attempt to answer the question.
The following provides the transcript of an interview with Dr. Hālah Mustafá in which she discusses current affairs in Egypt and the recent character attacks she has had to endure.
Abū Fānā monastery has announced that the seven kilometer wall around its periphery has been finished but call for it to be increased to a height of four meters.
The establishment of the European Union of Coptic Organizations for Human Rights held a conference on November 8, 2008 in Paris to focus on Copts issues and problems in Egypt and put it in the international limelight. The following lines introduce the conference and shed light on the different...
The article provides background information on the Abū Fānā Monastery crisis, stating that a settlement was reached when the Coptic Church agreed to give up some of the land for peace and a fencing wall to protect the remaining land. The article then relates how Minya officials have gone back on...
The bill for a unified law for building places of worship is still waiting idly to be placed on parliament’s agenda once the parliamentary recess is over. Several Members of Parliament discuss their views.
A press conference to explain Abū Fānā has been postponed until mid-August when Bishop Demetrius will have returned from the U.S where he is visiting Pope Shenouda.
The author analyses the Abu-Fana attack and its effects on Egyptian society.
The recent incident that occurred in Assiut concerning 13 feddans of land that are near the Holy Virgin Monastery had the potential to turn into another Abū Fānā-style issue. However many will view the outcome as Muslims and the government being forced to give in to Christian demands.
Watanī presents different opinions toward the draft unified law for houses of worship. The opinions include those of members of parliament and Shūrá Council members.

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