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Father Mīnā Ishaq Hābīl was defrocked of his ministerial credentials and removed from the Giza Bishopric Church for financial irregularities, the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate announced yesterday in a statement.
Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria has given orders to defrock two priests for violating the church’s teachings.
With the attendance of a large number of Egyptian religious and political figures, Bishop Antonius Najīb, 71, was ordained yesterday as the new patriarch of Coptic Catholics in Egypt at the Virgin Mary Cathedral in Nasr City, Cairo.
Rose al-Yousuf publishes part VI of Talāl al- Ansārī’s memoirs.
The Egyptian Ministry of Awqāf [endowments] has recently endorsed a proposal to unify the call to prayer that is broadcast from thousands of different loudspeakers in the country’s capital.
Talāl al-Ansārī, the second defendant in the so-called al-Fanīya al-‘Askarīya [Armed Forces Technical College] case of the 1974 abortive coup, continues publishing episodes of his diary in Rose al-Yousuf magazine, recounting how he received strict orders from first defendant Sālih Sarīya to deny...
The Head of the Department of Transport and Bridges Equipment in Cairo was arrested together with his wife for forming a group promoting ideas against Islam. He issued a fatwa to his followers that they were not obliged to pray in the direction of the Kiblah while performing prayers. He also denied...
A discussion of sectarian violence in Egypt at the Andalusia Centre for Studies on Reconciliation and Combating Violence and the Development of Democracy Group.
The Egyptian Minister of Culture decided that Egypt will contribute a huge stone of Assuan granite to the monument for the Unknown Child in The Netherlands. His decision was followed by the visit of Mirjam and Sil van Oort, two representatives of the Rose Foundation, between December 7 and 17 2003...
The article reports the sectarian strife incidents two weeks ago in Gerza village in the south Giza district of alAyat. It is unreasonable and illegal that whenever violent events erupt between Egyptian Muslims and Christians, a veil of obscurity is imposed under the pretext of “avoiding...

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