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Today, millions of Copts are celebrating Palm Sunday. This tradition owes its origins with the entrance of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, carrying palm leaves and flowers. Copts go to the streets on this day, carrying palm leaves and flowers and children go to the streets, playing in joy. This day is...
Siwa Conference 2017 Part 6/12: Dr. Ṭāriq ʿAbduh [Tarek Abdou]
Siwa Conference 2017 Part 5/12: Dr. Muḥammad al-Ḥajjārī "New Communities and Sustainable Farming in Arid Regions"
Social Capital and Local Water Management in Egypt (AUC Press 2016) is the first major publication by Dālyā M. Gūda, PhD., a development professional with years of experience with international development organizations.
According to the latest figures, the number of Egyptian Nubians is 2-4 million, forming thus the largest minority group. Another group is that of the Amazigh (Berbers): the indigenous North Africans in Egypt. 'Minorities' is a term referring to categories of people differentiated from the social...
The Coptic Orthodox Church has begun preparing for Easter celebrations amid concerns surrounding the invitation of government officials to attend the celebrations in the light of recent attacks upon the Church. Archbishop Sergius Sergius, Deputy of the Patriarchate for Administrative Affairs, said...
Due to the pervasive media reporting both inside Egypt and in the international community, the violent incidents of May 31, 2008 at the Abu Fana Monastery is widely viewed as a sectarian confli
 The Land Center for Human Rights organized a meeting on Saturday, March 11, 2011 in ‘Ayāt which is not far from ‘Ātfīh. This meeting did not discuss the burning of the church in ‘Ātfīh but dealt with the issue of corruption and bribery by government officials, the seizure of public money, and the...
While monks resume their sit-in at the monastery of Abū Fānā, Coptic communities abroad are organizing demonstrations protesting the incidents. The following presents an up-to-date review of the aftermath of the Abū Fānā attacks.
A description of the lives of Copts living near the Nile in the village of Ezbet Hanna Ayoub who are in a conflict with the Land Reclamation Authority [LRA] over the ownership of their land. The author warns that poor policy on the part of the authorities can lead to sectarian violence.

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