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Pope Shenouda has added a new stance to his previous national stances when he announced, on behalf of Egyptian Copts, his rejection to any amendment introduced to the second article of the Constitution.
Muná al-Mallākh reports about the different opinions of eminent Christian figures concerning disputes in the church.
Following the recent uproar over the broadcast of ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ the Discovery Channel plans to broadcast a documentary featuring a tomb, claimed to belong to Jesus and his alleged wife, Mary Magdalene, amidst strong-worldwide protests from Christian clergy.
Zayn al-‘Ābidīn al-Rikābī writes about Orientalist Bernard Lewis’ allegations made during a conference that has recently been held in Jerusalem.
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On the occasion of Christmas, His Beatitude Cardinal Stephanos II, Patriarch of the Coptic Catholic Church in Egypt, wrote an article that was published in both al-Ahram and al-Akhbar on "The Christmas of Love." Dr. Laila Takla and Zein al-Abeedin al-Rekabi wrote in al-Ahram and Asharq Al-Awsat...
Christian clergymen used the occasion of the celebrations for the Holy Virgin to reiterate their support for President Hosni Mubarak’s policy and efforts to realize stability and peace in Egypt and the entire region.
Many articles focussed on the opinions of religious and political leaders concerning the crisis around the Church of the Nativity. They compared responses from different churches; Orthodox, Evangelical and Catholic.
More than 10,000 Muslims and Christians attended the ?National Conference to Support the Palestinians? that was held in the St. Mark Cathedral upon the call of Pope Shenouda. The conference was an expression of Egyptians? objection to the Israeli practices against the Palestinians. Pope Shenouda...
Metropolitan Munīr Ḥannā Anīs of the Episcopal Church is the second Egyptian to be assigned archbishop of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East.


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