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Thousands of copies of Saint Mark’s Book of Acts were distributed recently in the governorates and towns of the Middle Delta in Egypt. The incidents threatened to lead to a new spell of sectarian tension in the Muslim-Christians relations. Rumors also spread about the existence of dozens of...
Al-Bāz discusses the increasing number of Christian converts to Islam in Egypt. He presents the church’s opinion and provides numbers, although their authenticity has been called into question.
January 7 is the day when Copts, in accordance with the Coptic calendar, celebrate Christmas. The occasion received a significant amount of attention in the Egyptian press that published a considerable number of articles about Coptic issues in general and the Christmas celebrations in particular....
The State Security Agency in Kafr al-Dawwār city prevents Muslim Brotherhood delegation from visiting churches to congratulate Christians for Christmas saying that they were officially ordered to do so.
‘Antar ‘Abd al-Laṭīf reports on opinions of the inhabitants of the village of Damaytūh in al-Buhayrah Governorate on the Jewish annual celebration of the so-called Abū Ḥasīrah Shrine located in the village.
Middle East Christians Association issued statistics on the number of churches and mosques in Egypt.
Archpriest Father Athanasius Butrus of Mar Girgis Church in Manshīyat al-Sadr district, Cairo, recalls his memories of Ramaḍān.
The following presents a report on poverty in Egypt, and specifically how this issue is being addressed by the Coptic Orthodox Church in an attempt to alleviate the suffering of Egyptians.
The attorney general of Kafr al-Dawwār village wisely saved the village from sectarian clashes after the tension generated from one of the Muslim inhabitants intention to takeover a piece of land that had belonged to the church for 40 years. Execution of the ruling was suspended until the judicial...
Nabīl Louqā Bibāwī, a Christian member of the Shura Council and professor of Criminal Law, said Wafā’ Costantine’s conversion to Islam and return to Christianity has taken place through the tolerant precept of Islam that suggests “fending off harms is of priority to bringing about gains.” That...

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