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Wafā' Wasfī wrote a response by a reader to one of her previous articles published in Rose al-Yusūf.  (Reviewer Note: The previous article was published in November 7, 2010, Wafā' Wasfī interviewed Bishop Wīsā, Bishop of  al-Balyanā Diocese, to comment about many rumors and controversies in the...
Drs. Hulsman’s report discusses the state of past and present relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt. The paper opens by giving information about Pope Shenouda III and the most important incidents that have taken place during his reign. The second half of the paper then looks at specific...
The crisis of al-Kushh village which changed its name to al-Salām, in Sohag governorate, seems to experience a breakthrough after Bishop Wīsā, the bishop of al-Bilīnā, issued a decree to pardon the fourteen suspended priests.
The article sheds light on the alleged suspension of 14 priests from al-Kushh village, presenting their responses to the accusations.
Drs. Hulsman provides a detailed description of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt, and a history of Coptic problems, stemming from their own actions and outside influences.
Egyptian police said that a "mentally unstable" teacher stabbed Father Hizqyal Ghubrial with a knife after accusing him of using magic and witchcraft to separate him from his wife. Father Ghubrial is priest of the Church of the Virgin Mary in the village of Bardis in Sohag.
An examination of the crisis 25 years ago between President Sadat and the Coptic Orthodox Church, during which Pope Shenouda was confined in Anba Bishoi Monastery in the Western Desert, and banned from acting as patriarch of the Coptic Church. Many other bishops and priests were also detained, and...
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The Minister of Culture decided to recognize the church of the Virgin Mary in Al-Balyana as an architectural monument affiliated with the sector of Islamic and Coptic Antiquities. The church building dates back to 1805.
Why- during courtesy visits with State officials- Church ’officials refrain from raising questions of church grievances or problems that have been placed on hold by these same authorities? The problems of churches thus stretch out, unsolved, to span decades-in sonic cases extending over half-a-...

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