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Pope Tawadros announced that he will postpone his weekly sermon next week (8th of January) as he will be present in the Monastery of Saint Bishoy in Wadī al- Natrūn in the aftermath of the Christmas celebrations (Abd al- Wahhāb Sha’bān, al- Wafd, Jan. 3, p. 16).
Cornelis Hulsman; a Dutch scholar on Arab-West relations and Editor-in-Chief of Arab-West Report first visited Egypt in 1975. Hulsman's line of work is primarily linked to Christian-Muslim relations and he strongly believes that religious issues and relations are an important element of...
World Servants, a Dutch Christian organization that supports building projects in different countries, contributed to several buildings in Egypt for social purposes. All projects, except for two, have been completed. The Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Beni Suef made promises to also complete these last...
A man named ‘lantern’ finds a buried treasure, and with the money builds a church and extends a priesthood. If only all tales of Coptic Orthodox churches were so adventurous. (Some are.) The village of Qufādah, home of the Virgin Mary and St. Abaskhiroun Church, is about a 30-45 minute drive from...
In a one of a kind experience all over the country aimed at strengthening the bond and good relations between Muslims and Christians, a committee formed of a group of youth from Mary Girgis Church in Nasīr city, Beni Suef, paid more than a hundred visits to the senior families’ houses, mosques and...
The Students Union (SU) elections in Beni Suef University witnessed a poor turnout by students despite hectic attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group to garner as many votes as they can. The MB had included Copts and female students on their lists for the first time. (Reviewer's Note: News...
Dr. Muhammad Badī‘, Murshid [Guide] of the Muslim Brotherhood  accuses Brigadier Ībrahīm al- Misrī and Lieutenant Colonel Khayr Ālla 'Abd al-Wáhid, former state security officers, of burgling his house in Beni Suef while he and his family were in Cairo, 27 March, 2011.
The police besieged Nazlat al-Bidīnī village in Beni Suef following a murder triggered by a moral crisis. A Christian man, his daughter and a relative of theirs killed their neighbour, burned his body and threw it into the desert after they discovered an illegitimate affair between him and the...
Ihnāsyā Investigations in Beni Suef arrested a Christian family after they were accused of murdering their neighbor, a cattle trader, burning his body and throwing it in the desert. Investigations revealed that the deceased had an affair with his Christian neighbor.
The competition over the parliamentary quota for women in Beni Suef is being dominated by National Democratic Party candidates, including one Copt, Amāl Safwat, and also an Al-Wafd candidate, Ridā Hasan <sup>c</sup>Alī. For the first time in Giza, the election witnesses battles between...

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