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The Maronite Church is part of the Catholic Church, and recognizes the sovereignty of the Vatican. The headquarters of the Maronite Church in Bakarkī, Lebanon, and it has its own patriarch and bishops. It was founded by Patriarch Yūḥannā Mārūn in 687 AD in northern Syria. Yūḥannā Mārūn and his...
His Holiness Pope Tawāḍrūs II received Saturday a delegation of young Maronite church members from the Maronite Catholic Archeparchy of Tyre in Lebanon, in the presence of Maronite leaders from Lebanon and Egypt. The delegation came for the service in churches and tourism in Egypt.
Chaldean Catholic Cardinal Louis Sako of Baghdad, Iraq, has invited the Eastern Catholic Patriarchs to participate in the 26th synod to be held from November 26 to 30, 2018, in the Cardinal headquarters at al-Manṣūr city of Iraq. The theme of the session will be dubbed: “Youth: a sign of hope in...
Christianity in the Arab World was flourishing in relative terms prior to the First World War and consequent break-up of the Ottoman Empire.
Headline: Promotional Campaign for "Ground Zero Mosque"Source: al-AhrāmPage: 3Author: Not mentionedKeywords: New York City, United States of America ------------------------------------------- Headline: We Are Facing the Most Serious Disruption and Fitnah Campaigns, Says Grand ImāmSource: ‘...
This article gives a brief background on the various Christian communities in the Middle East, emphasizing the decline of the Christian population over the last century. This is a result of emigration to western Europe and America, driven by several factors, among them persecution
This article sheds light on the struggle between the two Coptic Orthodox channels, C.tv and Agape. Moreover it gives an account of the other basically non-Orthodox Coptic channels, Sat7, Noursat, Mu‘jizah, and al-Hayāh.
Dār al-Iftā’ issue a fatwá claiming that polygamy is not prohibited in Judaism and Christianity according to the Torah and the Bible. The fatwá aroused Christians’ resentment.
The article looks at different Arab Christian communities in the Middle East and analyses how radical Islam has affected the Arab Christian minorities in the Arab world.
Dr. Wolfram Reiss discusses the obstacles and opportunities identified by a German project and accompanying international dialogue on the revision of school textbooks in the Middle East, in terms of their treatment of Christianity.

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