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The situation of Christians in Iraq is a lamentable one. Hulsman briefly explains their plight but also warns Iraqi Christians about associating themselves too much with the Americans. This is also a strategy that is used by Coptic activists in Egypt.
Salama writes about Pope Shenouda III’s inauguration of the first phase of the project of the Coptic Orthodox Culture Centre and the Saint Mark Public Library in Anba Ruways grounds in Abbasiya, Cairo.
On 29 October 2008, Bishop Serapion gave a lecture on ’Christian Unity from an Orthodox Perspective’ at Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California.
Seven sit-ins were staged in Egypt’s churches in 2007. The following lines describe some of them and Christian clergymen and laymen’s reactions to them.
Review of the Cairo press in which three controversies are discussed. First, a Fatwá banning serving food or drinks during the day during Ramadan. Second the story of Qistantīn, a priest’s wife who disappeared and supposedly converted to Islam, and now lives in seclusion in a monastery, amid rumors...
The Ecclesiastical Reform Group holds its third conference on citizenship.
The article reports on the congratulations made by the three main churches to President Mubārak on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
The article presents the reactions of Muslim scholars to the declaration that a prominent Muslim Italian journalist was baptized by the Catholic pope in the Easter eve service.
The article reviews articles being published in the media about the consequences of the reprinting of an offensive drawing of the Prophet Muhammad in a number of Danish newspapers.
The author tackles the spread of fanatic dialogue between the different Christian creeds and within the Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt.


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