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The Middle Eastern Christian Association helps a former Muslim convert to Christianity to have a new identity card with her new Christian name issued, sparking protests throughout Egypt.
The priest of the Marina Church rejected the news circulated about his intention to resort to international organizations to solve the recent controversy over the ownership of a parcel of land claimed by the church. He threatened to file a claim against the newspapers that created the rumors if...
Bishop Bīshūy meets with the governor of Alexandria to discuss the recent tension in Muslim-Christian relations there.
The article discusses the rumors surrounding a document issued by U.S. AID regarding their annual aid to Egypt. It addresses the belief that the U.S. aid is being funnelled into areas with a Coptic majority.
The article talks about fears of using violence by the banned Muslim Brotherhood group in order to reach power in Egypt, following in the steps of its ally the Ḥamās group in Gaza.
The article discusses the platform of the long-awaited Muslim Brotherhood party. When Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyūmī rejects the idea of establishing the Islamic Ummah, Sāmiḥ Fawzī refers to their trend to turn the basis of the political process from patriotic into sectarian.
The Civil Status Court rejects the testimony of a Christian man who had previously made the same testimony. The Coptic man sent a letter to al-Fajr expressing his disappointment and frustration at feeling that he was a second-class citizen.
al-Fajr publishes echoes of Muhammad al-Bāz’s article against Pope Shenouda. Coptic figures defend Pope Shenouda and refute al-Bāz’s arguments.
A new sectarian incident took place in al-Dukhaylah province in Alexandria when some Muslims attacked a Coptic Orthodox Church after a normal quarrel between Muslim and Christian children. The attack left 25 injured on both sides and damages to the church building.
Many complaints were submitted to Pope Shenouda from individuals alleging that they had been treated poorly by priests.


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