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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.
Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria said that claims of extremist elements inside and outside Egypt about the persecution of Copts is a lie and slander.
The article discusses various aspects of Coptic emigrants.
A documentary entitled, ‘The Lost Tomb of Jesus,’ broadcast by the Discovery Channel has raised a new tempest, questioning facts about Jesus as told by the Bible. The documentary claimed that a tomb containing the remains of Jesus and his family was found in a Jerusalem suburb. It showed that the...
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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