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A decades-old conflict between Egyptian and Ethiopian monks over the ownership of the Monastery of the Sultan [dayr al-Sulṭān] in Jerusalem has flared up once again.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II called on his followers everywhere to plan on participating in prayers during the holiday season through their screens in order for the oneness of heart and soul to be firmly rooted within all of them.  He also called on them to pray for Egypt and the president. 
There are many treasures buried in the streets of Cairo and we pass by them daily but they do not attract our attention, in other words we do not pay attention to them. In one of the popular areas, a building contains a precious gift lying in the land of Egypt. The Church of the League of Jerusalem...
The Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt issued a statement concerning the Deir al-Sultan Monastery [Dayr al-Sulṭān] in which she confirms her good relations with churches of other denominations worldwide. The church further explained the historical background of Dayr al-Sulṭān in Jerusalem, saying: “...
Copts challenge the church by going to Jerusalem   Channel One in Israel mentioned that 600 Egyptian Copts when to Jerusalem last Sunday to celebrate Easter in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. An official at the Cairo International Airport added that in the past few days, over 2000 Copts have made...
This month has seen a scathing battle in the mass media over visits by some Egyptian Christian citizens to Jerusalem, soon followed by another wrangling over a visit by Muftī of the Republic ‘Alī Jum’ah to the holy city, where he led worshippers for prayers at al-Aqsá Mosque.
An overview of the Baha’i faith and interview with two practicing Baha’is. They discuss the Baha’is relationship with the authorities and views on women and other religions.
The author comments on the negative consequences of secularizing the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. It may lead the advocates of the secular dimension to be in one group with Zionists. Zionists believe that Islam is the only danger that threatens their state.
The author comments on the relations between Muslims and Christians in Jerusalem and on the city itself as a symbol of their national unity.
Despite the fact that Muslims believe in Jesus Christ and Jews do not believe in Him, Western Christians support Jews against Muslims. That is so because Christianity is now going through a process of politicization.


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