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“Inspirations from the Flight of the Holy Family into Egypt” is the title of an exhibition held in Cairo last month by the association of preserving Coptic heritage. The exhibition included sculptures, reliefs, textiles, and Coptic icons by some 30 artists. Some of the works were traditional, but...
In light of the Holy Virgin’s fast, which begins on the first day of the Coptic month of Misra (7 August) and ends with the Feast of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin on 16 Misra, the author outlines the history of the sacred cave in Assiut which is believed to have sheltered the Holy Family for...
Bāsimah William writes about the celebrations of the feast of the Virgin Mary at Dayr al-Azrā’ in Jabal Assiut, which does not attract only Christians, but also Muslims and people from all over the world.
The annual celebrations of the feast of the Virgin Mary at Dayr al-Azrā’ attracted millions of Muslims and Christians and boosted economic activities in the city of Assiut.
The author examines the situation of Copts under Islamic rule. He states that the weight of this history makes it difficult for Egypt and other Arab countries to support the principles of tolerant liberalism.
A number of Christian clergy, including Father Marqus ‘Azīz, Father Ibrām Emile Nājī and Father Antonius Mikhā’īl, respond to claims about the alleged involvement of the Coptic Orthodox church in the disappearance of a number of Muslim girls, whom were said to have converted to Christianity.
Arab-West Report Editor in-Chief, Cornelis Hulsman, asked Archbishop Fitzgerald, the Catholic nuntius in Egypt, about the statements of Pope Benedict on Islām. Archbishop Fitzgerald speaks Arabic, knows the Islamic world well and plays Qur’ān important role in Muslim-Christian dialogue. The...
Articles about the self-appointed Archbishop Maximus. An iftar held by Dr. Hamdi Zaqzouq inviting H.H. Pope Shenouda and five other bishops. Continuing discussions about the request for NGO status for CAWU.
The author reports on the celebrations in the Minia governorate of the anniversary of the passing of the virgin Mary and her son through Jabal al-Tayr area in Samāllūt during the holy journey.
Ahmad Shawqī reviews the diary of British spy “Hempher”, published in the book entitled ‘Confessions of a British spy,’ and his influence on the development of Wahhābism.


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