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A conflict over a piece of land leads to the destruction of four cells in a monastery in Upper Egypt
Two Coptic girls have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
The article is an interview with the head of Minia’s Security Department Gen. Muḥammad Nūr al-Dīn who assures that clashes between Muslims and Christians from Jabal al-Tayr village have been resolved.
The article presents a personal impression of a trip to Dayr Abū Ḥinnis, and includes discussions on Muslim-Christian relations and church building.
The article presents a discussion on the process of church building in Egypt, demonstrates one church’s ability to rebuild a church without any hindrances, and the importance of preserving antiquities in Egypt.
Aḥmad Pasha and Maḥmūd Samāḥah reflect on the repeated sectarian incidents in the Governorate of al-Minia, believing that poverty, vengeance and fanaticism are the keys behind the spread of sectarianism in the society of al-Minia.
The article discusses a recent sectarian clash that erupted in Minia over a plot of land. It provides eyewitness testimony of the events.
The author reports on activities of Bishop Paphnotius, bishop of Minia’s Samālūṭ and Ṭahā al-A‘midah, within his diocese; besides, his discord with Pope Shenouda over his book ‘Hatmīyah al-Nuhūd bi-al-‘Amal al-Kanasī’ [The Necessity of improving the Church’s Performance].
Middle East Christians Association issued statistics on the number of churches and mosques in Egypt.
Sectarian incidents ignited in the Upper Egyptian village of Samālūṭ in al-Miniā governorate over an estate that the church purchased in 2003.


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