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Watani interviewed Samir Mitri Gayed, a member of the National Egyptian Heritage Revival Association (N.E.H.R.A), a pressure group which is keen on opening up religious tourism in Egypt.
This author outlines claims about the alleged abduction of Muslim girls and attempts to convert them to Christianity with the help of the Coptic Orthodox church.
The author describes the Coptic Orthodox church at VilleJuif, just beyond the city center of Paris, particularly noting the resurrection mosaic on its facade and the work of the famous Coptic iconographer Adel Nassief.
Awqāt al-Farāgh [Free time], a movie starring a group of youngsters in their early twenties, reflects the struggle of Egyptian teenagers with their religious and social beliefs. The 19- year-old scriptwriter of the movie, ‘Umar Jamāl, discussed the issue of the hijāb among Egyptian young girls...
In his article, Hamdī Rizq argues that the Muslim Brotherhood is trying to gain ground in every possible field. He believes that they will rehearse their theories and techniques in the upcoming labor union elections.
The Monastery of St. Maqar is engaged in a legal dispute over land, allegedly containing antiquities, near to the monastery.
Egyptian police have managed to identify the bombers who carried out the April 24 blasts of the tourist resort of Dahab, as three North Sinai Bedouin, Mu’min Fārouq Muhammad ‘Alī, Karīm Ashraf ‘Abdallāh and Mājid ‘Alī Mahmoud. Two days after the triple blasts, two suicide bombers attacked...
Despite the fact that the area surrounding the Anba Maqar monastery is an antiquities area under the supervision of the Permanent Committee of Islamic and Christian antiquities, an investor established on it many buildings with the aim of founding a group of companies for investment. The...
Bin Laden and his terrorist followers, who escaped from Egypt, imagined that Egypt could be a stage for their malicious operations. Their first target was to strike the symbols of the state, the cultured and the intellectuals, and to create a moral dread within Egyptians. Their second target was...
Minister of foreign affairs Ahmad Abu al-Ghayt has told the People’s Assembly that the Egyptian Foreign Ministry respects the ruling of the Administrative Court, banning an annual Jewish festival held at the shrine of a holy Jewish man in al-Buhayra.

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