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Minister of Youth and Sports Dr. Ashraf Ṣubḥī met with a delegation of German youth led by Dr. Rev. Tharwat Qādis, Chairman of the International Academy of Dialogue, at the Civic Education Center in al-Jazeera.
Today, the plenary session of the 129th session of the Synod of the Evangelical Nile of Egypt’s Presbyterian will take place at the headquarters of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in al-Azbakiyyah to prepare for the holding of new elections on the posts of President and Vice President on...
Jamīl Halīm, the Catholic Church’s legal advisor, said that the transfer of the project of Coptic Personal Status laws to the government would be complete by mid-May next year. This will pave the way toward submitting it to the House of Representatives.
Counselor Yūsuf Ṭalʿat, legal representative of the Evangelical Church, revealed the details of the meeting of the heads of the Egyptian churches at the papal headquarters at the Cathedral of St. Mark's in ʿAbbāsiyya.
Dr. Rev. Safwat al-Bayādī, head of the Coptic Evangelical Church, wrote an opinion piece in al-Ahrām where he discussed leadership, not just any leadership, but countries’ rulers, i.e. Presidents. He continued that the world is full of rulers who are strong, wealthy, experienced, thinkers, writers...
Conflict between the Church and Islamic political movements developed after the Church's withdrawal from the Constituent Assembly and the Presidency's disregard for Coptic demands. Coptic Orthodox Bishop Marqus of Shubrā al-Khaymah said: “The Church does not fear the regime. The future of the State...
Disturbance erupted among the Coptic Evangelical Church after its representative in the Shūrá Council decided to withdraw surprisingly.
The Azhar’s Grand Shaykh Dr. Ahmad al-Tayīb greeted Copts for Christmas, expressing his hope to strengthen the ties between Egyptians.
The Coptic Orthodox, Catholic and Evangelical Churches rallied against ‘Abd al-Ghaffūr's accusations. In addition to calling Pope Tawadros “fundamental”,  he also claimed that the Catholic and Evangelical Churches had made the return of the Orthodox Church into the Constituent Assembly a condition...
In an interview to al-Dustūr,  Rev. Safwat al-Bayādī said that the new Constitution did not meet Egyptian demands, for instance, a civil state, democracy, citizenship, women’s rights, child’s rights, freedom, and eliminating all sorts of discrimination. 

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