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Copts United website (reports on Coptic issues) published an article entitled “No attack on Diocese of Sohag”.
Al-Koshh, is the village that excited the world in August 1998, and had a place in all news broadcasts - in the morning and the evening, we heard its news! Al-Koshh - the famous Upper Egypt village - how did it live Ramadan this year? Especially since 75% of its inhabitants are Copts and 25%...
Bishop Wissa refused to speak to el-Shabab and thus the author went to see bishop Bakhoum of Sohag who says people in the village exaggerated stories and bishop Wissa was hot tempered and lacked wisdom in dealing with this issue. Bishop Bakhoum also says Bishop Wissa asked the two witnesses to...
The British Sunday Telegraph has published another article yesterday by Christina Lamb who claimed two weeks ago that Copts in Egypt are subjected in Sohag to crucifixions and rape by the police.
Bishop Bakhoum of Sohag, Maragha and Al-Munsha’a said that the statement of Pope Shenouda III confirmed that what happened in the Al-Koshh events was an ordinary incident, and it has nothing to do with Egypt’s national unity. What foreign papers published were exaggerations that defame Egypt, and...
Major General Ahmed Bakr Suhag’s governor condemned the arrogant letter of the British Lord David Alton. Bakr said no foreigner has the right to intervene in Egypt’s internal affairs, and he confirmed the independence of Egypt’s decisions and its sovereignty.
The article says live between Muslims and Christians was very peaceful. The Gazette gives a few examples. Muslims in the village and the bishops Bakhoum and Wissa are cited.
Egypt and Hosni Mubarak are the targets. Leave all these weak details, these highly elegant words and the human rights pretensions. It is just a game that those conspirators played against Egypt. What is this persecution that they are taking about? We smell the odor of the dollars that are paying...
Al-Wafd paper spent 15 hours in Al-Kushh village accompanied by Bishop Wissa. In an interview with the bishop, he answered a number of inquiries about the village’s events.
It was not a coincidence that the British Sunday Telegraph, owned by the Jewish media moguls, has launched a fierce campaign against Egypt and its national unity at this particular time.
The Egyptian press writes Muslims and Christians accused in the case of al-Kosheh village congratulated each other when they were released. The Coptic Orthodox Archbishop of Sohag stated that what happened last year has nothing to do with either Islām or Christianity. The Governor of Sohag...
The bishopric of Sohag led by Archbishop Bakhoum organized a celebration. The Sheikh of the Azhar attended the celebration. He said that the relationship of love and brotherhood between Egyptian Muslims and Christians was clear evidence that Egyptians have a strong bond. Archbishop Bakhoum pointed...
At the "Quddaas Al-Arbaien" held last Thursday in the Archangel Michael Church for the spirits of those who were killed in Al-Kosheh was presided over by Bishop Wissa of Al-Balyana and Dar Al-Salaam, General Bishop Yo’annes, the delegate of His Holiness the Pope, and the secretary of the pope. A...
After deciding to change the name of the village of Al-Kosheh in Sohag to the village of Al-Salaam [meaning, Peace] in accordance with the wishes of the local administration... the local administration units in a number of cities and villages in Upper Egypt are conducting a comprehensive research...
The attempts of the Christian and Muslim religious men and the national leaders succeeded in solving the problem of Al-Koshh through the peacemaking committee.
During the next few days, Al-Koshh will witness a reconciliation conference attended by executive and people’s leaders after the reconciliation committee succeeded in agreeing about the basis of the final reconciliation between the parties of the problem.
While Egyptians where preparing to celebrate Christmas and Eid Al-Fitr - the gift of God - that was sent to Egypt this year to confirm the unity of its people, the incidents of Al-Koshh came to spoil all that joy and happiness and cast depressing shadows on that occasion that comes only every...
Mr. Ahmed Abdel-Aziz Bakr, governor of Sohag has yesterday morning visited the Cathedral of the Coptic Orthodox and the orphans in the organization of the Christian Beit Al-Rahma [House of Mercy], accompanied by Bishop Bakhoum, bishop of Sohag and the political, executive and people’s leaders and...
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