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With the announcement made by the Coptic Orthodox General Bishop of Minya, Archbishop Makāriyyūs, of the reopening of two churches after their repair, the bells of churches in the Upper Egyptian governorate tolled again. Besides the Coptic Orthodox houses of worship, the Coptic Evangelical Church...
Official leaders attended yesterday the inauguration Mass celebration of the Evangelical Church of Banī Mazār in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Minya.  The church, including further 17 Coptic institutions in the governorate, was destroyed in 2013 by elements of the banned Muslim Brotherhood in a...
Yesterday, a large number of Evangelical Copts celebrated the first Mass ceremony in their church after its restoration, and thanked the political leadership of Egypt’s President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī who had ensured to restore all churches damaged in the aftermath of the dissolution of the sit-...
During the opening of the Coptic Evangelical Church in Banī Mazār, Minyā, in presence of religious leaders and government officials, Rev. Andrīyya Zakī, head of the Coptic Evangelical Church in Egypt, said that the church, like the mosque, is a part of the Egyptian identity, adding that it is...
Father Būlus Ḥalīm, spokesman of the Coptic Orthodox Church, declared the cancelation of its summer trips and conferences, saying: "It is inappropriate to organize trips and continue to organize conferences under current security conditions." 
Rev. Dr. Andrea Zakī, head of the Coptic Evangelical Church in Egypt, sent a cable to congratulate President `Abd al-Fattāh al-Sīsī and the Egyptian people on the anniversary of the July 23 Revolution.
The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) will hold a ceremony on Tuesday evening to commemorate its founder, Dr. Rev. Ṣamu’īl Ḥabīb, and to distribute the prize award bearing his name. 
Dr. Rev. Andrea Zaki, head of Egypt's Coptic Evangelical Church, said that incidents of assault on Copts in al-`Arīsh, North Sinai, confirm that “black terrorism harbor ill intentions towards Egypt, and wants to destroy its national unity.” 
Rev. Andrea Zakī, head of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS), which targets poor, socially marginalized and at-risk groups, stressed that he believes in the right of the state to monitor the funding of NGOs.
“Any attack on Christians is an attack on us all,” said Egyptian Minister of Awqāf, Muḥammad Mukhtār Jum’ah in a seminar hosted by the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and attended by Christian and Muslim religious leaders. Mukhtār said that citizenship is no longer an option, but it has become...

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