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Researcher Sameh Fawzy, attempting to get a feel for the problems of Copts, designed and implemented a questionnaire to identify their anxieties and suggest solutions. Three prominent public figures (including the Pope) also give their views, which include building of places of worship, divorce,...
Currently, however, a small booklet about "El-Isra’ and Me’rag" (night journey and ascension to heaven) is being distributed among Christian youth as an old, medieval, document authored by an old Syrian Orthodox bishop. The story resembles the night journey and ascension to heaven of the prophet...
The media frenzy caused by the events of Al-Koshh and the exaggerated reactions is a matter which invites us to wonder. Why were all these attempts made to assure a fact!! The Copts enjoy full citizenship and do not face any sort of persecution. Such horror over this issue does not deny there is a...
Marriages among Christians are not stable any more. Cases of divorce became so familiar that some Christian men of religion have divorced their wives and remarried while keeping their positions.
The author demands more organization of monastic life in Egypt.
The latest Holy Council meeting of the Egyptian Orthodox Church made a decision that all monks who have spent six years in public life should return to their monasteries. The decision seemingly stems form several incidents of monks getting married during life in the city.
The article (written by a Christian intellectual) speaks about the integration of Copts in the Egyptian society. Too many empty words are used and too easily ’others’ are blamed. The author want to look for practical solutions which would be a contribution to Egypt’s development. We should look at...

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