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In Egypt a popular level of religion exists whereby celebrations of the Virgin Mary have had both Muslim and Christian participants.
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.
The following article presents the up to date information received by Arab-West Report from Ra’ed al-Sharqawi.
A digest of articles covering Coptic-Muslim Brotherhood relations, focusing on American Coptic leader Michael Munīr’s recent visit to Egypt, halting attempts to establish dialogue between the two groups and the impact of the Brotherhood’s success in the last parliamentary elections on Muslim-Coptic...
A totally distorted report about the church in Egypt in a US publication called ’the Layman. Visit to Assiut with a group of journalists and members of expatriate churches. Meeting with Bishop Thomas of al-Qussia and Governor Ahmed Hamam Atiya of Assiut, that included a discussion on church...
Christian reporter Nagy George, critical of US Coptic activists, passed away. Report on a visit to the monasteries of al-Muharraq, al-Qussia and Assiut. Description of the conversations on difficulties around expanding the Monastery and Muslim-Christian relations in the area with Bishop Thomas of...
Visiting Holy Family locations in Upper Egypt; Minia, al-Qussia, Deir Rifa, Shutb.  Tensions in Beni Walmis. Anglican Bishop Kenneth Cragg’s opinion on how to approach Muslims as a Christian.
Muslim-Christian clashes around the restoration of a church in Beni Lamous (Walmis). Father Luka, priest of al-Qusseir who disagreed with the addition of Drunka to the Holy Family tradition passed away.
Christianity Today published a cover page article of Cornelis Hulsman about the Coptic Orthodox tradition of the Flight to Egypt. The article is presented in this issue of the RNSAW with permission of Christianity Today. You will find here the text before it was edited by Christianity Today. It is...

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