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Some Egyptian Christian emigrants have always been parroting during the former regime's time that they could not come to Egypt to convene meetings and forums for dialogue over the Christian citizens' cares and problems as well as discrimination and challenges facing equality in Egypt.
Yesterday, March 10, 2010, the Grand Sheikh of al-Azhar died of a heart attack while visiting Saudi Arabia. Sheikh Muhammad Tantawi led the inimitable institution, considered by many if not most Sunni Muslims to be the leading Islamic university in the world, since his appointment by President...
The author tracks the status of the Copts over the course of time from the 1952 Revolution till nowadays confirming the days of al-Wafd to be the best for Copts.
Sitting under the jasmine trellis as the passing of the last languid golden rays is mourned by the bell’s knell heralding the evening prayer to the black and brown-clad monks, the mind is tempted to imagine their every footstep toward the church a timeless recreation along a path first trod Saint...
The book One Nation; One People, was compiled and written byAl-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies in 1982. The book provides a scientific analysis of the question of national unity in Egypt.
Max Michel responds to Pope Shenouda III’s criticism of second marriage laws in the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Labīb highlights the history of the Community Council in the Coptic Orthodox Church and its authority to manage the church’s financial affairs. The Community Council was formed in 1872 and then again in 1974. Many obstacles hindered the development of the Community Council, and troubles resulted...
Councilor Labīb writes on the history of the church in Egypt since its establishment by Saint Mark, throughout the Islamic era until the present day. He also hails Pope Kyrillos IV as the leader of reform in the church. Labīb highlights the Egyptian Muslim rulers’ who have honored the head of the...
Khalīl defines “reform” and highlights the difference between errors and corruption. He hails Pope Shenouda as a remarkable personality and a instigator of reform in the Coptic Orthodox Church in the modern era, and denounces all the destructive powers that attempt to ruin the Coptic Orthodox...
The author discusses Coptic iconography over time, as well as the significant contributions of a number of renowned Coptic iconographers.

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