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Subtitles:Will the Ministry of Justice cancel the hamayouni law? Copts use the administrative court to appeal against the lawA report to the court "The law has been cancelled for 124 years""Will the Ministry of Justice cancel the hamayouni law?" asks the author. It is this law that restricts...
A discussion of tolerance and the relationship between religion and politics in Egypt from the era of Muhammad Ali, through the Nasser and Sadat years and concluding with two choices for the future for Egypt.
With the end of the Ḥizb Allāh-Israel war, which claimed nearly 900 lives on both sides, a number of Egyptian writers have devoted several articles to the issue, raising questions about what they described as the short-sightedness of the Ḥizb Allāh.
In this article, the author reviews a book by a group of Jewish historians refuting Israeli allegations about possession of property in Cairo, including the southern Cairo suburb of Ma‘ādī.
The author comments on the attempts of the US to intervene in the domestic affairs of Egypt through Copts.
Victor Nehemias, who spent half his life in Egypt and is now in his seventies, recently published a book called “The man who was born twice: The story of an Egyptian Jew who emigrated to Israel.” Nehemias writes that he is a victim of the Arab-Israeli conflict that transformed him from being an...
Registration of candidates’ names for the Orthodox Coptic Maglis el-Milli [Congregational Council] elections began last Thursday. The absence of the pope’s interference is not completely true. The Coptic opposition has had more than one legal confrontation with Pope Shenouda III in this regard. Dr...
Naguib Mahfouz was dispossessed of a scholarship to France after his graduation because the head of the scholarships department thought that Mahfouz was a Copt. The author believes that this incident is strong evidence of the importance of Copts and the role they played in the modern history of...
This article gives an overall view of the history of Egypt, concentrating on the contribution of the Copts to the political and public life of Egyptian society, which varied depending on the type of government in power at each period.
Dr. Ragheb Moftah beliefs that Coptic music has its origins in pharaonic music but others have serious doubts about this and say this cannot be proved because ancient pharaonic music was not written down. Dr. Moftah wants to preserve the old church music while others call for renewal.

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