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This article, written for Christianity Today immediately following the tragic death of Pastor Dave Petrescue, reflects on his work at Maadi Community Church (M.C.C.).
Discrimination against other religious sects and strange fatwas and religious teachings are the main grounds for the Alexandria attacks and other incidents of sectarian sedition. The writer suggests certain actions be taken to diminish this stream of hostility and discrimination that is taking over...
In this interview Bishop Boulā of Tantā and the head of the clerical council speaks about Coptic personal status problems.
A Christian teacher receives punishment for claims of offending the Prophet Muhammad.
A 22-member group, called al-Tā’ifa al-Mansoura [The victorious denomination] has been arrested by the Egyptian police for planning terrorist attacks against tourist sites, gas pipelines, and a number of top Muslim and Christian clergy.
In this article, the author reviews a book by a group of Jewish historians refuting Israeli allegations about possession of property in Cairo, including the southern Cairo suburb of Ma‘ādī.
With the blessings of Pope Benedict XVI, Bishop Antonius Najīb has been ordained as patriarch of the Coptic Catholic Church in Egypt, succeeding Cardinal Stephanos II Ghattās who resigned for health reasons.
The author highlights the contradiction between the Muslim Brotherhood’s declared attitude towards Copts and the opinions of their muftī.
The Head of the Department of Transport and Bridges Equipment in Cairo was arrested together with his wife for forming a group promoting ideas against Islam. He issued a fatwa to his followers that they were not obliged to pray in the direction of the Kiblah while performing prayers. He also denied...
The article gives a general idea about Ayman Al-Zawahry, who is now considered to be more dangerous than Usama Bin Laden. He is behind many terrorist attacks on Egypt. He was not well known until three years ago when he became the first assistant to Bin Laden. He took part in the assassination of...


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