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As if Egypt needed more problems, emigrant Copts are adding another one on its mountain of problems. Because the sickness is in the same body, and because our biggest worries come from inside, the solution always comes from inside, as Abnodi [an Egyptian poet] said in "Dying on Asphalt", ’the...
As recently as last week, an Egyptian mission uncovered a church dating back to the 6th century AD in Qubbet Al-Hawa, on the western bank of the Nile.
Sidhom discussed a few months ago the subject of establishing a section for Coptic studies in the Egyptian university to teach Coptic language, Coptic history, and Coptic civilization because this is considered an important part of Egypt’s history and present too. The discussion was reopened in...
If permits for building churches are given are they carried out? The author gives one example where this was not the case.
Sheikha Nadia has made a big name for herself among the people and in the local press. Thousands of people from various parts of the country as far field as the south Egyptian town of Aswan flocked to Abbis, a small village near the coastal town of Alexandria. They were after one thing: the...
A cheap and senseless intervention in Egyptian internal affairs is currently being launched through a number of platforms: big American newspapers, false advertisements campaigning against Egypt through allegations of persecution of Copts, circulation in the US Congress of reports and statements...
Last week when I published the story about "The claims of raping the Egyptian Christian women and the season of blackmailing Egypt", The author is certain that these girls were the heroines of love affairs, and they were not forced to do something against their will, nor has any person raped them.
[Note: The same news was published in all Egyptian newspapers of that day.] On the morning of June 3, President Mohammed Hosni Mubarak received the Grand Imam Dr. Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi the Sheikh Al-Azhar, and 19 prominent muslim clerics at the Presidential Palace in Heliopolis yesterday morning...
Sheikh Abdul Rahim El-Semeen from the Al-Azhar, and Bishop Bakhoum, both from Sohag declared their support for president Mubarak.
More cases of land being usurped from Christians and the responses of the authorities in these cases.

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