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Al-Fajr newspaper reports about Hanī ‘Azīz’s attempt to take possession of public property in Alexandria.
Egyptian intellectuals respond to an offensive cartoon depicting the grand imām of the Azhar dressed in papal robes with a cross in his hand published by an independent newspaper as a sign of protest to his potential visit to the Vatican.
A Christian surgery specialist was insulted and detained in Saudi Arabia after discussing Christian and Islamic faith with his fellow doctors and clarifying that he is an entrenched believer in Christianity.
More than nine millions Copts do not have a place to pray [Editor: exaggeration – see comments in text] and many villages and cities do not have a single church which forces Copts to travel long distances or stay at home.
The Center for Arab-West Understanding presents its annual report for 2006, highlighting the objectives achieved and the goals for the upcoming year. 2006 was landmarked by growing toward the Center for Arab-West Understanding, and laying the basis for an electronic documentation center.
Despite the passing of five months, media still shows concern about the military show performed by some Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated students at the Azhar University. The article is based on the dangers of Islamists in universities.
Father ‘Abd al-Massīḥ Basīṭ sheds light on eminent Christian characters including Pope Shenouda.
Islamic intellectual Dr. Muḥammad ‘Imārah has been released by the Egyptian high state security prosecutor, Hishām Badawī, after having been interrogated on charges of inciting sectarian sedition and insulting Copts and Christianity. While stating his acceptance of Dr. ‘Imārah’s apology for quoting...
The author wonders about the increasing coverage of Coptic affairs in Egyptian press, and points to a number of specific periodicals that have increased their focus on such issues.
Max Michel stresses the legitimacy of his church, and the Coptic Orthodox Church stresses its rejection. Pope Shenouda is ready to meet Max Michel when the latter expresses his regression and removes his patriarchal garments and title.


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