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‘Adil Sa‘d comments on the pope’s recent activities and meetings in social clubs.
Bishāy says that Palm Sunday is a day of joy and Muslim-Christian unity in Egypt. He also stresses the importance of the church role in giving Copts the freedom to express themselves in all fields of life without imposing the clergy’s own viewpoints. He praised Pope Shenouda’s opinion regarding...
The writer presents famous examples of successful Egyptian women in the diplomatic corps who played great roles in the political and diplomatic fields.
An Israeli Jewish young woman converts to Islam and faces many obstacles and attacks.
Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm is preparing a new normalization trip to Israel in the next few days which would be a continuation of another trip that he took last January.
The U.S. Coptic Union has posted a statement on its site on the internet in which it attacked Pope Shenouda and called for U.S. intervention to protect Copts from persecution.
In a meeting held by the Lions Clubs International in Egypt, Pope Shenouda adopted a softer stance toward Copts who travel to Jerusalem for personal interests.
Pope Shenouda asserted that there is no division within the church and denied being a dictator, proclaiming that he disseminated the people’s right to choose their priest, bishop, and archbishop when he assumed the office of pope.
Midhat Bīshāy discusses the pope’s decision concerning visiting Jerusalem.
Following the publication of ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ the ‘Lost Tomb of Jesus’ provoked further uproar among Christians. The documentary, realized by a Jewish director, is rejected by the church in Egypt and described as a conspiracy to destroy the church and Christianity.


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