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The review deals with varied opinions about Pope Benedict XVI’s remarks considered offensive in Muslim and Arab countries amidst calls to expel the papal nuncio in Egypt and put the interfaith dialogue with the Vatican on the back burner.
On Thursday, 12 editors-in-chief from Egypt’s most influential national newspapers issued a statement in which they condemned attempts by ‘yellow’ journalism to insult Egyptian symbols, including President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak. Outlining the current status of the Egyptian press, the editors...
This review outlines statements made about Max Michel, who has named himself Archbishop Maximus and claims to be the patriarch of the Orthodox Copts.
A list of articles on the recent controversial press law from a variety of Egyptian news sources.
The article carries news about the return home of Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria from the United States, where he was on a remedial trip.
A Catholic woman has complained of the failure of her married life with her husband who told her that he did not love her and could not live with her. She said she seeks a divorce which is not possible in Catholicism.
An interview with Michael Munīr, member of the Republican Party in the U.S. and controversial Coptic activist who is visiting Egypt.
The Supreme Administrative Court has adjourned two appeals by Pope Shenouda and the Ministry of Interior until September 16, 2006
The article deals with the killing of a terrorist who masterminded the Dahab chain of bombings that claimed the lives of scores of Egyptians and foreigners and wounded others and the arrest of his aide.
With the attendance of a large number of Egyptian religious and political figures, Bishop Antonius Najīb, 71, was ordained yesterday as the new patriarch of Coptic Catholics in Egypt at the Virgin Mary Cathedral in Nasr City, Cairo.


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