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This prominent Coptic author tells the US commission good-bye. Muslim-Christian issues are discussed in Egypt and don’t need their interference.
The author thanked President Mubarak for his decision regarding the rebuilding of the services building of the church of Shoubra Al-Kheima. He believes that Al-Kosheh III is very close, had it not been for the wise decision of President Hosni Mubarak.
At the end of the nineteenth century the problem of the management, of the things that have to do with the world in the church, by the seculars arose. In the nineteenth century they went to Khedive to ask his permission to form a council to manage these things, this council was later known as the...
The author of the articles on the story of the former monk said his articles were based on original interviews with the former monk and a book by him called "Confessions of an Egyptian monk." He added that the aim of publishing such a story was to find the truth, as the paper embraces neither the...
The Editorial Board of the RNSAW explained the monastery the role of the RNSAW, which is to translate ALL articles related to the role of religion in society in order to give Western readers an insight into how the Egyptian media report on Christian [and other religious] issues. Translation in no...
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...
There are great differences among Christian denominations concerning the Virgin Mary. For Catholics she is God’s mother, the intercessor for sins, mother of mercy and mother of the Christian church in the world. The Orthodox Church raises her above angels and saints. Protestants believe only in the...
The author comments on the story of the former monk and analyzes the different reactions towards it. He responded to the question whether is it possible for a person who chose the life of monasticism to return back to the world and whether his return was considered a violation of his dedication.
The news of awarding Pope Shenouda the international Madzent Sing Prize for tolerance by the UNESCO came during a moment of overflowing sadness and confusion caused by the injustice and violence our Palestinian brothers are facing. Pope Shenouda was awarded the prize because he "is a religious...
In this article, the author praised the astonishing variation of intellectual thoughts of the late priest Ibrahim Abdel Sayed, and listed some of his thorny controversies.

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