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This article gives definitions of the main religious parties and movements that have role in political life in the Middle East region.
At the Ibn Khaldoun Research center, Mr. Magdi Khaliel, an emigrant Copt, gave a lecture trying to justify the attempts of some emigrant Copts and even those of some foreign countries to intervene in Egyptian affairs under the pretext of protecting Copts from what they claim is persecution in...
Subtitle:- Shubra only has 15 groups.- They consider music and statues a sin and writers and thinkers the soldiers of the devil.- Members are young people primarily from the poor classes.- Secret meetings for the members and strange rituals for new members- They say that the men of the church...
Dr. Selim Naguib, a judge in Montreal, Canada and the president of the Canadian Coptic Association, defends emigrant Copts from accusations that they are behind American pressure on Egypt concerning the status of the Copts, arguing that ignoring problems is the real mistake.
The article is an attack on the consecrated houses, secret churches established in private flats in opposition to the Coptic Orthodox Church. It claims that from these consecrated houses, a secret pope has emerged in opposition to Pope Shenouda III. The consecrated houses are, according to...
The death of the Canadian priest, David Petrescue, is wrapped in mystery for nobody knows exactly why he was killed or what the killer’s motivations were. Added to that, witnesses have given contradictory statements.
The article carries news about the return home of Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria from the United States, where he was on a remedial trip.
The author calls for full reconsideration of the rules and regulations of the Coptic Church.
The author deals with the future prospects of the church after Pope Shenouda III, the Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark, and the possibility that the next pope could come from outside Egypt.
With the growth of home-grown terrorism in Europe and in Canada, scholars and experts discuss the reasons why some Muslims in Western societies seem to be drawn to terrorism.


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