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Held in Paris recently, the conference, which witnessed no official Egyptian participation for 30 years now, called for putting the Coptic antiquities on the Egyptian tourist map and recommended the establishment of independent departments of Coptology at Egyptian universities
The Cathedral of St. Nicolas in the Azhar district, Cairo and the Church of St. Saba, the [Greek Orthodox] papal residence in Alexandria, have started receiving condolences for the death of Pope Petrus VII, the Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox of Alexandria and all of Africa. Last Saturday, the...
A chancellor promoted a law suit to assume control of a church belonging to the Greek Orthodox Church in the Egyptian village of Rashīd. Christian villagers are furious and ready to pay with their lives to prevent the takeover.
The article is based on a review of a book entitled, ‘Isqāt Nazarīyat Sirā‘ al-Ḥadārāt wa-I‘ādat Taqdīm al-Islām lil-‘Aql al-Gharbī’ [Toppling the Theory of Clash of Civilizations and Re-introduce Islām to the Western Mind] which responds to Samuel Huntington’s theory on the clash of civilizations...
The article highlights Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice’s recent trip to the Middle East, and the focus of the conference the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Max Michel’s lawyer asserts the legitimacy of the archiepiscopate of Bishop Maximus I, expressing that Michel belongs to the Holy See of the Orthodox Church that adopts the Julian calendar.
Watani International interviews Pope Gregorious III Lahham during his recent trip to Egypt. The pope discusses his view of Muslim-Christian relations in the Middle East, Christian isolation, and his opinion of problems facing Christians throughout the Arab world.
Dr. Isaac Fānūs freely spoke his mind about the issues he found important. Dr. Fānūs was critical about ecclesiastical institutions and leadership, including those in his own Coptic Orthodox Church. In this interview religions are described as societal entities that humans have created and...
The author continues his series of articles on Dr. Isaac Fānūs, and highlights his contributions to Coptic iconography as well as providing more information about his personal life.
The article is the first in a series of articles that trace the history of Egyptians, and how exactly they came to be Egyptians. It considers the relationship between Muslims and Christians, and how this relationship has shaped present day Egypt.


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