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Pope Tawadros announced that he will postpone his weekly sermon next week (8th of January) as he will be present in the Monastery of Saint Bishoy in Wadī al- Natrūn in the aftermath of the Christmas celebrations (Abd al- Wahhāb Sha’bān, al- Wafd, Jan. 3, p. 16).
Meanwhile, presidential hopeful Dr. 'Abd al-Mun'im Abū al-Futūh called on Muslim and Christian clerics to bring up youths and youngsters to respect sound religious values and teach them how to avoid fanaticism, extremism and hatred of others. "It is a shame that some Christians say they would...
William Wīsā tackles the issue of the thorny relationship between Copts in diasporas and the state.
Sharīf ‘Abd Allāh reports on the decision of the North Cairo Primary Court to accept the demand of the plaintiffs in the so-called al-Kushh compensation case to include evidence of murder, burning and destruction of properties as reported in 2000.
The author, Maj. Gen. Hilmī Muhammad Yūsuf, provides some notes on four different axes that contribute to the sectarian atmosphere in Egypt.
Fahmī Huwaydī criticized the charges directed at a group of 13 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Sohag of planning to overthrow the regime and establish an Islamic Caliphate, wondering how such a small group of people can do that.
The article presents an interview with the director of Egypt’s branch of the Middle East Christians Association [MECA] Dr. ‘Ādil Fawzī, who has been detained for three months on charges of offending Islam and having a gun with no license.
Kamāl Zākhir Mūsá refuses claims being widely promoted in media that Coptic expatriates in West have been consistently conspiring against Egypt’s interests, calling upon Coptic organizations abroad to adopt a developmental agenda inside the country.
The article gives a summary of a two-full-page article, in which the author claimed that Dr. Sayyid Muḥammad Ṭanṭāwī, Shaykh of the Azhar, had used his high religious position for pursuing personal interests.

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