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Egypt’s train station on Ramses square is considered one of the busiest places in Egypt nowadays. For those who know it nowadays, it is hard to imagine what the station was like decades ago, when the press was boasting that there were 17.000 travelers passing back and forth through the station...
Her father was accused of betraying ʿUrābī and his revolution, and that he was a reason for facilitating the British to enter Egypt. She was also shocked by the death of her brother, who was the one who understood her most, despite her young age. When she was a child, she was forced to marry...
It is reiterated in the media, that there is a fear of a civil war in Egypt. Those that echo these statements in the East or the West do not understand the “Egyptian-ness” of Egyptians, the secret of their civilization and their patience, and do not realize the essence of their revolution over the...
Since it was established, Watanī al-Dawlī has accurately described the Coptic situation in Egypt. In the following lines, Watanī al-Dawlī highlights Copts' role as an integral part of Egypt throughout Egyptian history, and Watanī's role in bringing Coptic issues into the spotlight.
Summary of the Ph.D. thesis of Revd. Dr. Wolfram Reiss about the Sunday School movement in the Coptic Orthodox Church with a focus on the role of Pope Shenouda III and Father Matta el-Meskeen and the place of the church in a Muslim society. Reiss´ study provides an excellent insight into the...
Catholic bishop Qolta reflects on the killings in al-Kosheh and blames the "triangle of poverty, ignorance and illness. It does not need to be attacked by hateful extremism, blind hatred and black revenge in order to shed more tears in these holy days in which we remember God a lot."
A brief overview of the Governorate of Sharqeyya and its people. It is the birth place of Ahmed ’Orabi1 and of many important notables of Egyptian society. Located at Egypt’s north-eastern frontier, it has been the only route for invading Egypt from the East since the days of the Hyksos. It has...
The paper interviewed people in the street, actors, actresses and journalists who all stressed the unity between Muslims and Christians. Dr. William Qilada discusses the Hamayouni law. The paper is convinced countries as Britain and Israel would like to see Egypt’s national unity destroyed.
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