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Bishop Armiyā, secretary of late Pope Shenouda III, said it was the Holy Synod that picked Bishop Pachomius as acting patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, wondering why Bishop Pachomius should be relieved now. 
Bishop Armia,  Assistant Secretary General of the Bayt al- ‘Ailah in Cairo, requested the Egyptian people to unite and support President Abd al-Fatāh al- Sīsī in order for stability to return to Egypt. 
For his part, Bishop Pachomius, acting patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, visited Mursī to congratulate him for his presidential election victory. Bishop Bīshūy, Secretary of the Holy Synod, Bishop Mūsá of Youth, Bishop Armīyā, General Bishop, Bishop Hīdrā of Aswan, Counselor Edward Ghālib,...
On the other hand, ‘Abd al-Wahāb Sha’bān, in an opinion piece in al-Wafd, wrote that Copts do not care about the continuous hints of appointing a Coptic Vice-president due to the acts of violence that occurred in the early 'nineties. There are concerns about the migration of Copts after Mursī was...
For his part, Bishop Pachomius, acting patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, visited Mursī to congratulate him for his presidential election victory. Bishop Bīshūy, Secretary of the Holy Synod, Bishop Mūsá of Youth, Bishop Armīyā, General Bishop, Bishop Hīdrā of Aswan, Counselor Edward Ghālib,...
Al-Misrī al-Yawm obtained lists circulating in the wings at the presidency concerning the government and the presidential team lineup. According to these speculative lists, the government’s lineup will include leaders of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), political figures and a number of youths...
On the other hand, ‘Abd al-Wahāb Sha’bān, in an opinion piece in al-Wafd, wrote that Copts do not care about the continuous hints of appointing a Coptic Vice-president due to the acts of violence that occurred in the early 'nineties. There are concerns about the migration of Copts after Mursī was...
According to page 7 in al-Ahrām, Christians had some fears about Mursī making it to power but these were gradually dispelled after the president-elect's maiden speech. They believe that as long as God chose him then it is going to be for the good, praying to God to bestow success on him in his...
The President-elect also received Public Prosecutor Dr. ‘Abd al-Majīd Mahmūd and members of the judicial bodies and the High Judicial Council. Mursī’s political advisor Ahmad Dayf, for his part, said that the new president will use the strategy of including all segments of society and appointing a...
In a nice discussion with one of the Salafī brothers, he, trying to feign respect for Copts’ rights, said, “We’re ordered to show tolerance and be good for them,” said Rif’at al-Sa’īd, a veteran Egyptian leftist and leader of the al-Tajammu’ (Grouping) Party, in an opinion article in al-Misrī al-...

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